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PUBLIC DOCUMENT .... .... No. 7. 



ANNUAL REPORT 



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Year ending December 31, 1904. 




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ANNUAL REPORT. 



Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 
Adjutant General's Office, Boston, Dec. 31, 1904. 

To His Excellency John L. Bates. 

Governor : — I have the honor to submit the annual 
report of this department for the year 1904. 

The militia has maintained the high standard of last 
year, the average attendance at ordered duty is the largest 
I have ever known and general earnestness pervades the 
entire force. For the manner of performance of duties I 
refer you to the reports of the Inspector General and his 
assistants. I desire to commend the force for its improve- 
ment and attention to duties. At this date the force has all 
compaDies required by law, except one recently disbanded. 

During the year Company L, Eighth Regiment, at Law- 
rence, was disbanded, and a new company formed in Law- 
rence to take its place. Company E, Eighth Regiment, 
was disbanded, and this vacancy remains unfilled. 

All organizations performed annual drill and camp duty 
as required by law, as follows : the First Brigade, except- 
ing First Regiment of Heavy Artillery, at the State camp 
ground ; the First Regiment of Heavy Artillery at New 
Bedford ; the Naval Brigade at New Bedford ; the First 
Cadets at Hingham ; the Second Cadets at Boxford ; and 
the Second Brigade at Manassas, Va., in connection with 
the army manoeuvres at that and adjoining places. From 
all the reports received and from your personal interviews 
with commanding officers of the regular army, the brigade 
made a good record as soldiers and gained some knowledge. 
If manoeuvres are to continue, more time should be allowed 
for the performance of duties, and a few days allowed for 
the line officers and enlisted men to gain knowledge of cus- 
toms of the service, in issues, care of men and several mat- 
ters which would be of great benefit to the citizen soldier. 



4 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

It has been proposed to have manoeuvres in Massachusetts 
of the State force and regulars combined. * This is now 
receiving consideration. 

Several details have been made for funerals of officers 
and enlisted men. 

Troop A performed escort duty for Your Excellency on 
your annual visit to Harvard College. 

Heavy Artillery. 

The First Regiment has made progress in the work of 
heavy artillery, and the Board on Revision of the Law to 
conform to the New National Militia Bill will undoubtedly 
advocate the organization of this regiment to conform to 
the same arm in the regular service. 

Active Militia. 

The force now allowed by law is 485 officers and 6,116 
enlisted men. 

Enrolled Militia. 

Returns from cities and towns, with estimates, show the 
number of enrolled militia to be 496,137, an increase of 
1,078 over previous year. 

Rifle Practice. 

I refer you to the report of the Inspector General of 
Rifle Practice for the work performed under him. The 
amount appropriated for rifle practice was $23,000. The 
amount expended was $21,656, leaving an unexpended bal- 
ance of $1,300.44 to meet bills not yet received. 

The amount appropriated for a rifle team to go to Fort 
Riley for competition of the regular army and State troops 
was $2,000. Of this amount $1,504.17 was expended. 

Armories. 

The armories remain the same as last year. The new 
armory at New Bedford was occupied early in the year. 
Furniture and equipment for this armory were purchased out 
of the appropriation of the current year. 

The armories built by the cities, now in charge of this 
department, are constantly in need of repairs, and if others 



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are built during the year, an additional appropriation will 
be required. 

The amount appropriated for the care, heating, lighting 
and furnishing armories was $35,000. There has been ex- 
pended of this $34,950.98. The amount appropriated for 
armory rents was $38,000. Of this amount $37,991.67 has 
been expended. 

The new law allows all expenses of maintaining armories 
to be returned after Jan. 1, 1906. I have not made an esti- 
mate for 1905 for any armories other than the so-called 
State armories, which are not included in the new law. By 
acts of the Legislature, the act of 1888, incorporated in 
the Revised Laws, allows cities and towns to apply for the 
loan of money to build armories. If any are built, an 
appropriation will be required for the care, heating and 
lighting of the same. 

Adjutant General's Department. 

All money accounts received, except those due January 1, 
have been certified to the Auditor. 

There has been expended for pay and transportation of 
troops, meetings of boards of officers, office salaries and 
direct expenses of the militia $208,554.33. 

There remains in the various appropriations not expended 
the sum of $35,364.98, but it is not available for deficiencies 
in other appropriations. A portion of this amount will be 
expended on January bills. 

I regret to report deficiencies in some of the appropria- 
tions, occasioned by extra camps outside of the State camp 
ground, the encampment of the Second Brigade at Manassas, 
extra repairs on armories, and extra freight and express 
bills, occasioned by new issues and the change of arms. I 
am unable to tell the exact amount, as all bills will not be 
in hand until after January 1. 

The appropriation for janitors' allowances to companies was 
$7,000. Of this amount there has been expended $5,906.24. 

The appropriation for allowances for repairs to clothing was 
$9,000. Of this amount there has been expended $8,997.32. 

Estimated amount paid out for war records is $3,100. 

The sum of $4,000 was appropriated for instruction in 



6 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

riding. Of this amount there has been paid out on certified 
bills of officers the sum of $2,650. 

There is standing to the credit of the Commonwealth at 
Washington at the Navy Department a substantial sum for 
equipping the militia. Returns not yet received from Navy 
Department. 

There was standing to the credit of the Commonwealth 
Jan. 1, 1904, at Washington, the sum of $100,863.36. This 
has been increased by the July allotment to $132,779.68. 
Of this amount $25,871.10 has been drawn for supplies, 
leaving a balance of $106,908.58 available. 

There was allotted to the Commonwealth, out of the extra 
appropriation to States, the sum of $56,699.49 ; $6,405.92 
has been drawn against it, leaving $50,293.57, making a 
total available, from which to draw supplies, of $157,202.15. 
The War Department has not been prepared to fill requisi- 
tions for clothing and supplies, or more would have been 
drawn ; obsolete blue clothing and equipments could have 
been drawn, but it was thought best to wait until new and 
the latest supplies could be drawn. 

The amount appropriated for the care of the United States 
steamship "Inca" was $1,200. Of this amount there has 
been expended $1,198.06. 

The amount of appropriation unexpended for Spanish war 
testimonials was at date of last report $33.20. Of this 
amount there has been expended $32.45. The act of the 
Legislature provides for a testimonial to residents of Massa- 
chusetts Avho served in the Spanish war and were not on the 
quota. An appropriation will be required to furnish the 
testimonials for those applying for them. 

Of the money appropriated to make a list of men who 
would be entitled to a bounty under a bounty act, a balance 
of $663.69 was on hand at date of last report. There has 
been expended during the year out of this sum $532.31. 

The work for the preservation of war records, authorized 
by act of the Legislature, and for which appropriation is 
made, has progressed as rapidly as time has permitted dur- 
ing the year, and the following is an enumeration of the 
work accomplished : — 



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One volume each of record of commissions and resigna- 
tions of officers and one laro'e index to commissions have 
been stitched and bound in a substantial manner. 

Eighteen volumes, returns of enlistment by towns, 1861- 
65 ; ten volumes, letters and reports from the field, 1861- 
65 ; one volume, letters and reports from the Department 
of the East, 1861-65 ; four volumes, reports and orders, 
provost marshal, United States, 1861-65; twelve volumes, 
telegrams, 1861-65 ; eighteen volumes, orders of the Gov- 
ernor, 1861-65 ; twenty volumes, discharges and special 
orders, 1861-65 ; one large index for the same : twenty- 
eight volumes, letters Navy Department, 1861-1903 ; forty- 
nine volumes, letters War Department, 1861-1904 ; have 
been repaired, stitched and bound, making in all one hun- 
dred and sixty-four volumes completed. 

There are now in hand for preservation by the Emery 
process the muster-in and muster-out rolls of six regiments 
of Massachusetts volunteers in the Spanish war, which will 
be bound in twelve volumes, and one volume individual 
enlistments to be bound ; four hundred provost marshal's 
rolls, of the civil war, to be bound in three volumes. 

There yet remains a large amount of correspondence from 
various sources relating to the civil war, also correspondence 
relating to events in the war of the revolution, the war of 
1812 and the war with Mexico, which should receive atten- 
tion, and about twenty volumes relating to officers' com- 
missions and the examination of recruits, etc., for which a 
small appropriation will be needed from time to time. 

Quartermaster's Department. 

All troops at camps within the Commonwealth were 
rationed by the Commissary General in a most efficient 
manner. Details of the same will be found in the report of 
Brig. Gen. F. B. Carpenter, Commissary General. 

Small repairs were made on the buildings at the State 
camp ground which were necessary. The appropriation for 
the camp ground was $2,500. Of this amount $1,864.11 
has been expended. 

The amount received from the sale of old material was 



8 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

$787.02, which was turned in to the State treasury and not 
expended. 

The camp ground is in good condition, but not large 
enough for the militia, changes in drill requiring more space. 
I repeat my recommendation that the State camp ground be 
disposed of and the arsenal moved to Boston. 

During the year the infantry has been equipped with the 
new magazine rifle, and the ammunition of the Springfield 
rifle has been exchanged for the ammunition of the calibre 
.30. 

Khaki uniforms were issued to the Second Brigade for its 
duty at Manassas, and full equipment of modern supplies 
issued to the Signal Corps. 

The question of uniforms should receive consideration by 
a Board of Officers. The recent, orders of the War Depart- 
ment require all duty in service or in the field to be per- 
formed in the field uniform of olive drab, and whether blue 
uniforms shall be issued before these uniforms are ready to 
be supplied by the government is a question which cannot 
be decided except by a Board of Officers. If olive drab is 
to be issued, it should be used for all duties, and the blue 
full dress uniforms kept for duty requiring full dress. The 
army overcoat, new pattern, should be issued as soon as 
they can be obtained from the government. 

The appropriation for allowance to officers for uniforms, 
by a decision of the Auditor, is payable in May next to 
officers who were in commission May 1, 1904. 

The Board of Officers appointed on the revision and reor- 
ganization of the militia to conform to the regular army, 
under authority of Your Excellency, by an act of the Leg- 
islature of 1903, will report early in January their recom- 
mendations for a bill to be passed by the Legislature, and 
if it becomes a law the work of reorganization can be carried 
into effect. 

In closing this, my last report to you, I desire to thank 
you for the confidence } r ou have given me, and to express 
to you my sincere regards for you and full appreciation of 
your administration, and to thank you for all courtesies 
extended to me. 



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In closing this, my last report as Adjutant General, after 
many years of service, I desire to express to the officers and 
men of the militia my thanks for their hearty support, and 
to say that, whatever improvement has been made, credit is 
mainly due to them. 

To all staff officers with whom I have served I recall most 
pleasant recollections of our service together. To the offi- 
cers and attaches of the office and to the employees at the 
State arsenal, I extend my thanks for good service. 

To Assistant Adjutant General William C. Capelle I desire 
to express my appreciation of his hearty support during my 
term of office. 

SAMUEL D ALTON, 

Adjutant General. 



10 ADJUTANT GEXERAL/S REPORT. [Jan. 



REPORT OF THE INSPECTOR GENERAL. 



Inspector General's Department, 

Boston, Mass., Dec. l, 190-4. 

Brig. Gen Samuel Dalton, Adjutant General, Massachusetts, 

Sir : — I have the honor to submit the annual report of this 
department for the year 1904. 

The changes in the personnel of this department have been as 
follows : Lieut. Col. Paul R. Hawkins, A. I. G., resigned Jan. 29, 
1904 ; Lieut. Col. F. B. Carpenter, A. I. G-., promoted to Commis- 
sary General Jan. 16, 1904 ; Lieut. Col. Chas. F. Wonson, A. I. G., 
appointed Jan. 30, 1904; Lieut. Col. J. K. Dexter, A. I. G., 
appointed Jan. 30, 1904. 

In obedience to General Orders, No. 4, current series, the 
armory inspections were held between February 1 and May 1. 
Reports of the several inspecting officers have been duly rendered. 
The following assignments were made to the several organiza- 
tions : — 

Armory Inspections. 

The Inspector General, Fifth Regiment of Infantry ; Lieut. Col. 
Geo. H. Benyon, A. I. G., First Regiment Heavy Artillery, First 
Battalion Light Artillery, Light Battery A and First Brigade head- 
quarters ; Lieut. Col. Walter C. Hagar, A. I. G., Second Brigade 
headquarters and Eighth Regiment of Infantry ; Lieut. Col. Edw. 
J. Gihon, A. I. G., Second Regiment of Infantry and Second 
Corps of Cadets; Lieut. Col. John Perrins, Jr., A. I. G., Ninth 
Regiment of Infantry, First Corps Cadets, First Battalion Cavalry 
and Troop F ; Lieut. Col. Chas. F. Wonson, A. I. G., Sixth Regi- 
ment of Infantry; Lieut. Col. J. K. Dexter, A. I. G., Naval 
Brigade and Signal and Ambulance Corps. 

Under the provision of the Dick bill, the War Department 
detailed the following-named officers from the regular army to 
inspect the troops: Maj. C. W. Foster, A. C, Maj. F. Marsh, 
A. C, Capt. S. A. Kephart, A. C, Capt. T. E. Merrill, A. C, 
Capt. H. Hall, A. C, Capt. F. W. Phisterer, A. C, and Capt. 
O. L. Spaulding, A. C. These officers made their inspections in 
company with the State inspectors, as follows : Major Foster, the 



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Inspector General ; Major Marsh, Lieutenant Colonel Benyon ; 
Captain Kephart, Lieutenant Colonel Hagar ; Captain Merrill, Lieu- 
tenant Colonel Gihon ; Captain Hall, Lieutenant Colonel Perrins ; 
Captain Phisterer, Lieutenant Colonel Wonson ; Captain Spaulding, 
Lieutenant Colonel Dexter. 

Camp Inspections. 

The Inspector General, First and Second Brigade headquarters ; 
Lieut. Col. Geo. H. Benyon, A. I. G., First Heavy Artillery, Fifth 
Regiment Infantry, First Battalion Light Artillery, Light Bat- 
tery A and Troop F; Lieut. Col. Walter C. Hagar, A. I. G., 
guards and sentinels, First Brigade, Signal and Ambulance Corps ; 
Lieut. Col. Edw. J. Gihon, A. I. G., Second and Eighth regi- 
ments of Infantry and Second Corps of Cadets ; Lieut. Col. John 
Perrins, Jr., A. I. G., Ninth Regiment of Infantry, First Corps 
of Cadets and First Battalion Cavalry ; Lieut. Col. Chas. F. Won- 
son, A. I. G., Sixth Regiment of Infantry; Lieut. Col. J.- K. 
Dexter, A. I. G., Naval Brigade. 

The inspecting officers were on duty 5,047 hours, and traveled 
20,637 miles ; 648 letters were written and 690 received. 

The past year has been one of many changes and hard work in 
the Massachusetts Volunteer Militia. The force has made good 
progress, and, in my opinion, was never in a higher state of effi- 
ciency than at the present time. 

Inspections by the government and State officials have been 
thorough, and demonstrated that the officers and men are working 
conscientiously to perfect themselves in their duties and to main- 
tain the high standard of efficiency that Massachusetts demands. 
There is, however, a great deal of work yet to be done in order to 
bring our State troops up to the standard expected by the War 
Department. 

The changed condition brought about by the passage of the Dick 
bill by Congress has a tendency to more closely unite the volunteer 
with the regular service ; and the coming year will bring many 
requirements that will cause the officers and men to strive much 
harder than in the past to fit themselves to be a part of the reserve 
force of the general government. 

First Brigade. 

The tour of camp duty and annual drill of the First Brigade was 
performed at South Framingham, June 11 to 18 inclusive, June 11 
being considered as the annual drill. 

The lay-out of the camp was excellent, and each organization 
had all the room necessary. The weather conditions were perfect, 



12 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

and allowed all drills and ceremonies to be carried out as originally 
planned. Too much attention was given to close order work and 
to things that should be taught in the armories. More time should 
be given to extended order work, and more attention given by field 
officers to correcting errors made while drilling. Good results are 
not obtained if faulty movements are allowed to go unnoticed, and 
no attempt made to properly explain them. 

This was the last camp to be held under the command of Briga- 
dier General Mathews, and he and his staff worked hard and faith- 
fully to make it a success, and the results were gratifying. 

The policing of the camp was excellent at all times excepting 
the band street and back of the non-commissioned, staff quarters 
in the Second Infantry. The rubbish in the rear of the storehouse 
should have been burned the first day of camp. 

Set-up of the men good. Military courtesy not satisfactory, 
which may be partly accounted for by the number of new recruits, 
who had not received proper instructions, and the rest by careless- 
ness and indifference. 

Roll calls were not satisfactory as to attendance and discipline, 
especially in the Second Infantry. Men were careless, noisy and 
smoking in ranks ; and in some instances the inspector noted 
civilians, with parts of uniforms on, answering to names called 
which were not their own. 

Discipline fair only in the Sixth. In the Second it was excel- 
lent excepting in the band and throughout the regiment after 
tattoo roll call, when all discipline seemed to cease. There was 
too much politics in evidence in the Second Infantry throughout 
the week, and the noise, bonfires and red lights burned, especially 
Thursday and Friday nights, were a disgrace to the organization 
and the brigade, and there was no reasonable excuse for its occur- 
rence. 

The attendance was satisfactory during the entire week. Per- 
sonnel in the Second Infantry very good, but was not satisfactory 
in several companies of the Sixth, and the attention of the com- 
manding officer should be given to improve same. 

Setting-up exercises as a rule well performed. Ceremonies were 
crude in spots early in the week, but improved to a marked extent. 
Distances as a rule poor, and there was a noticeable lack of snap 
in the manual. 

Attention is called to the fact that many of the line officers take 
too much furniture, carpets, etc., to camp to furnish their quar- 
ters. It detracts from the uniformity of the camp, and. is cer- 
tainly undesirable from a military standpoint. 

The work of the mounted arms of the brigade was better than 
usual, and proved very satisfactory. 



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Artillery. 

Roll calls, care of quarters and military courtesy very good. 
Personnel showed improvement. Discipline, with one exception 
in Battery B, excellent. Care of headquarters stable excellent. 
Battery stables fair only. Drills faithfully performed. Cere- 
monies excellent excepting where marred by the presence of green 
horses. 

Battery B was handicapped by internal changes in administra- 
tion just prior to camp, but performed all duties in a creditable 
manner. 

In Troop F roll calls as a rule very good ; military courtesy and 
care of quarters good ; care of stables fair only ; drills and cere- 
monies faithfully performed. 

Trooper Wm. E. Mountain was thrown from his horse and had 
his collar bone broken. 

On Sunday church services were held in the Second and Sixth 
regiments, and a large detail of men went to South Framingham 
to attend the Catholic service at the local church. 

On Tuesday afternoon, June 14, the regular schedule of work 
was suspended, and a ceremony commemorative of the one hun- 
dred and twenty-seventh anniversary of the adoption of the national 
colors was held. The brigade was formed as for a review, and 
Company A of the Second and Company M of the Sixth Infantry 
with the consolidated hands escorted the several stands of colors 
before the brigade, and were saluted when passing before each 
organization. It made an impressive and patriotic ceremony. 

On June 12 the Second Infantry had a regular Sunday morning 
inspection, and I believe it would have been beneficial if the other 
organizations of the brigade had done likewise. 

Owing to the perfect weather conditions, there was an enormous 
crowd of visitors in camp on Sunday, and they simply over-ran 
the field. The Sixth Infantry was very much handicapped at 
evening parade, owing to this fact, and a more suitable guard 
should have been put on prior to the formation for the evening 
ceremonies. 

Governor Bates made his official visit as Commander-in-Chief 
on Thursday, the 16th. He was accompanied by a large party of 
State officials, regular army officers and their ladies. He was 
received with proper honors due his rank. He reviewed the brigade 
in the afternoon, and the ceremony was very satisfactory. 

The Second Infantry made an excellent passage, salutes, dis- 
tances and alignments being very good. The Sixth Infantry had 
slow cadence, and some faulty distances were noted, but as a 
whole was satisfactory. The artillery passage was marred by the 



14 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

action of green horses, but with this exception was excellent. 
Troop F made an excellent passage, as did the Signal and Ambu- 
lance Corps. 

An innovation was made by having the State guests walk to a 
point on the immediate left of the reviewing party, which proved 
very successful, saving much time in loading and unloading car- 
riages, and much annoyance to the general public. 

The Ambulance Corps gave an exhibition of emergency work 
before the Governor and his guests, which proved very instructive, 
and was performed in a highly creditable manner. 

On the 15th field manoeuvres took the place of the afternoon 
drills, and the problem given the brigade by General Mathews to 
be worked out was successfully accomplished. Only the com- 
manding officers were informed of the time the attack was to 
begin, but the brigade was on the move in seven minutes from the 
sounding of the alarm. More or less delays ensued during the 
action, but these were incident to the nature of the work and 
the country over which the operation took place. The superiority 
of Smokeless powder was clearly shown. 

The artillery did excellent work, especially the detachment 
under Major Duchesney. The results obtained in working out 
the problem were much better than those of last year. 

The health of the camp was satisfactory, and the work of the 
medical department intelligently performed. 

Maj. Howard S. Dearing, First Heavy Artillery, was detailed as 
acting medical director, and successfully performed his duty. Sur- 
geon General Marion was in camp the greater part of the week, 
observing the work of his department. 

The consolidated sick report showed 10 sick in quarters and 1 
in the regimental hospital in the Sixth Infantry, and 2 in quarters 
of Troop F. 

Brigadier General Carpenter and his commissary officers did 
most excellent work, and the quality of the food and the system- 
atic manner in which the supplies were issued reflects great credit 
on the commissary department. 

Guard duty received more attention from the commanding offi- 
cers at this camp, and a general increase in efficiency was noted ; 
but there is much room for improvement, and the company com- 
manders should give more time in the armories in teaching their 
men the meaning of general orders and general duties of a senti- 
nel. It is much more important for a sentinel to know what his 
general orders mean, than to be able to repeat them like a parrot 
and yet be in perfect ignorance as to how they should be enforced. 

Colonel Hagar truly says in his report that sentries lack the 



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smartness and alertness that are so desirable in a well set-up and 
intelligent sentinel. They do not walk the post in a military 
manner, nor do they handle the rifle or the sabre with any life. 

It was the exception rather than the rule at this camp for the 
guards to be properly turned out at the approach of a general 
officer. There was too much noise and disorder down the line, 
which intelligent sentinels could have prevented, especially the drop- 
ping of three tents in one company street of the Sixth Infantry. 

I again respectfully renew my recommendation for a stable for 
State headquarters horses. One could be constructed which would 
be ample for not over $600, and the interest would not be as much 
as the cost of boarding the horses at the neighboring farms, to say 
nothing of the wear and tear on the equipments, and the time lost 
in sending for and returning horses several times each day. 

The work of the Signal Corps was excellent, and the inspection 
report is very complimentary. The men were kept busy during 
the entire week, and much practical knowledge was gained. 

The entire Ambulance Corps was detailed to this camp, owing 
to the Second Brigade going to Manassas, and performed their 
duties in a generally satisfactory manner ; but the inspecting offi- 
cer was unable to go into the details of the work performed, owing 
to the failure of Captain Bell to furnish him with certain informa- 
tion that he was requested to give. 

The Y. M. C. A. tent proved of great value, as usual, and was 
greatly appreciated by the enlisted men. 

On Friday the officers of the brigade made their last official 
calls on. General Mathews, and expressed to him their regrets at 
the severing of his relations with the brigade, and wished him long 
life and prosperity on his return to civil life. 

Second Brigade. 

The Second Brigade, with the exception of the First Battalion 
of Cavalry, performed its tour of duty at the army manoeuvres at 
Manassas, Va., September 3 to 10; but the brigade formation was 
not kept, and the several organizations were assigned to the Blue 
and Brown armies, as hereafter noted. General Whitney and his 
staff were attached to the headquarters of General Bell, and the 
several officers received exceptional opportunities of witnessing 
the practical working of the several staff departments under the 
regular officers. 

As directed by you, I reported to Maj. Gen. H. C. Corbin at 
division headquarters, Gainesville, Va., Sunday, September 4, 
representing the Governor until his arrival on the following 
Friday. 



16 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

Owing to the distance of division headquarters from the camps 
of the Massachusetts troops, the Fifth Infantry and Battery A 
being at Manassas, eight miles away, and the Eighth and Ninth 
regiments with brigade headquarters at Thoroughfare, five miles 
away, I found it impossible to keep in close touch with them, and 
respectfully refer you to the reports of my assistants as to the 
details of duties performed. 

An officer of this department was with every organization, with 
the exception above noted, from the time they left Boston until 
their return to their home stations. 

I respectfully call your attention to the very satisfactory attend- 
ance, and the excellent manner in which all the duties were per- 
formed, often under the most trying circumstances. 

The Massachusetts troops received unstinted praise and com- 
mendation from Generals Corbin, Grant, Bell and subordinate 
officers of the regular army, for their soldierly conduct, enthusiasm, 
equipment and general efficiency. The citizens of Massachusetts 
have every reason to be proud of the showing made by its citizen 
soldiers in comparison with those from other States, even with the 
regular troops. 

In my opinion, too much work was required of our men iu the 
time allotted for the manoeuvres. The duties performed would 
have been a very severe tax on seasoned troops, and were alto- 
gether too hard for men fresh from civil life. To me, the most 
unnecessary hardship the troops were called upon to undergo was 
the long, hot and dusty marches they were obliged to make after 
the completion of the problems, in order to reach their permanent 
camps, also prior to the review at "Wellington. Troop trains were 
available, and at a nominal expense to the government the troops 
could have been transported back to camp, thus keeping them in 
much better physical condition. 

There is no doubt but what the manoeuvres were of great benefit 
to the government and to all officers down to the battalion com- 
manders ; but I do not think the line officers and enlisted men 
received the benefit that the weeks of preliminary hard work and 
hardships endured by all entitled them to. I believe that better 
results would have been obtained if the officers and men could 
have been informed what was desired to be accomplished, and, 
after the problems were completed, to have explained to them the 
results obtained. As a matter of military discipline or in an actual 
campaign this would not be practicable ; but, as these manoeuvres 
are for the general instruction, the officers and men should be given 
every chance to gain an intelligent idea of the work performed. 

Proper steps were not taken to rest and feed the troops after 



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the completion of the problems, prior to their return to camps. 
Much straggling was the result, and marked discontent was mani- 
fest among the men. 

The unused blank cartridges should have been collected from 
the men after the second problem, for, if this had been done, the 
noise and confusion caused by the discharge of rifles would have 
been avoided. 

The space allotted the troops on the train was inadequate for 
the number of men transported, and more or less hardship resulted. 

The manoeuvre fields comprised some 70,000 acres, or 93 square 
miles, and gave opportunity for extensive operations. 

Long forced marches were made, and the performance by the 
militia regiments was remarkable in this respect. Both the Eighth 
and Ninth Massachusetts regiments were complimented by General 
Bell on the efficiency and rapid way in which they moved on 
interior lines from one flank to the other. 

The Fifth Regiment was unfortunate in having its colors captured 
by a detachment of the Seventh U. S. Cavalry ; and it was after- 
wards found that the cavalry violated the rules of the manoeuvres, 
and the colors were returned to the regiment under escort, and a 
letter of regret forwarded to the colonel. 

Light Battery A was also unfortunate in being captured by a 
troop of cavalry during the last day's fight; but good judges of 
the affair did not hesitate to declare that the decision of the umpire 
was faulty, as the cavalry could not possibly have survived the 
four rounds of canister from the guns and the infantry volleys that 
were poured into them, if the action had been a real one. 

The inspecting officers reported several cases of lax discipline 
in the regiments. One in particular I wish to call to your atten- 
tion, and that was the assault made on a sentinel in the Ninth 
Infantry while en route to Manassas. 

Discipline as a rule good ; courtesy fair ; policing of camp and 
quarters good. 

The staff departments were well conducted, and the experience 
derived was of much benefit to them. 

A large number of our men were troubled with sore feet, but in 
many instances that was caused from wearing new shoes. 

There was a noticeable absence of fire discipline, and lack of 
cohesion and initiative. 

Guard duty was a weak point, and always will be, unless the 
company commanders give more time to teaching their men this 
important duty in the armory. 

The review of the entire division at Wellington was a magnificent 
spectacle, and our troops made an excellent passage; cadence and 



18 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

alignment good ; distances fair only. As a rule, salutes were well 
rendered. 

His Excellency the Governor, accompanied by the Adjutant 
General and Inspector General, was with the reviewing party, and 
was highly gratified with the way in which the soldiers from Massa- 
chusetts passed the reviewing officers. He visited the camps of 
the Eighth and Ninth regiments at Thoroughfare, but was unable 
to go "to Manassas, where the Fifth Infantry and Battery A were 
encamped, owing to the lack of transportation facilities. 

The manoeuvres were valuable to the extent of giving the com- 
manding officers experience in handling large bodies of troops. 
It demonstrated the value of quick marching, and gave the com- 
pany commanders valuable lessons in caring for their men in the 
field. The several staff departments were given experience that 
could not be attained in any other way, and to the quartermasters 
and commissaries especially must be of lasting benefit. 

If the troops are to take part in these manoeuvres in the future, 
I am of the opinion that they should go into camp for a few days 
before the problems are tried, at which time the manoeuvre prob- 
lems should be thought out and considered, and all the officers and 
the men, if possible, have explained to them what was intended to 
be accomplished, and also the results obtained. 

More attention should be given in the armory to theoretical 
instruction in field duty, outpost, advance and rear guard and 
drilling in extended order. 

I believe, however, unless the government makes a radical 
change in its method of conducting these manoeuvres, and allow- 
ing more time in which to do the work, that better results could 
be obtained bv mobilizing the entire militia in our own State once 
in two or three years, placing it under the command and instruc- 
tion for the time being of the regular officers detailed by the 
War Department, and being assisted, if possible, by the infantry, 
cavalry and artillery from the regular forces. 

First Brigade Headquarters. 

Inspected April 26, 1904. Present, 8 commissioned officers and 
8 non-commissioned staff officers ; 3 commissioned officers absent 
with leave. 

Administration satisfactory. Papers promptly attended to, with 
books and files in excellent condition. Property was found in a 
very satisfactory condition. Personnel excellent. General in- 
struction very good. 



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Second Brigade Headquarters. 

Inspected April 28, 1904. Present, 9 commissioned officers and 
6 non-commissioned staff officers, 1 commissioned and 1 non- 
commissioned officer being absent with leave. 

Administration satisfactory. Books and files of the Assistant 
Adjutant General were in excellent condition. Owing to a mis- 
understanding, the books of the medical department were not 
offered for inspection. Horse equipments were in poor shape* 
otherwise property was in good condition. Personnel excellent. 
All are apparently giving the brigade commander the greatest 
possible assistance. 

First Heavy Artillery. 

This regiment continues in a high state of efficiency. It has per- 
formed a hard but very satisfactory year's work, and has made 
rapid strides in perfecting itself in heavy artillery work. It is 
particularly fortunate in being able to retain the service of such 
able and efficient officers, who have put much time and thought to 
the study of this very important branch of the service. 

The attendance of the enlisted men at armory inspection was as 
follows: headquarters, 10; Battery A, 55; Battery B, 57 ; Bat- 
tery C, 53 ; Battery D, 52 ; Battery E, 58 ; Battery F, 55 ; Bat- 
tery G, 57 ; Battery H, 58 ; Battery I, 57 ; Battery K, 51 ; Battery 
L, 54; Battery M, 60; Drum Corps, 16; average per battery, 
55^; 11 men absent with leave and 24 without. 

Headquarters inspection excellent ; condition of property very 
good ; personnel and general instruction excellent. 

Among the batteries the inspector reports arms and equipments 
in excellent condition ; clothing unsatisfactory ; military courtesy 
very good ; knowledge of guard duty fair only ; general instruc- 
tions very good ; books and papers satisfactory, but the inspector 
recommended that a uniform system be established throughout the 
regiment. Paid from cl«>thing allowance $1,085.06, and all other 
purposes $21,382.51 ; cash on hand, $4,474.51. 

The annual tour of camp duty was performed at Fort Rodman, 
New Bedford, July 9 to 23 inclusive. The attendance was as fol- 
lows : headquarters, 53 ; Battery A, 59 ; Battery B, 60 ; Battery 
C, 57| ; Battery D, 53| ; Battery E, 60 ; Battery F, 52| ; Battery 
G-, 60; Battery H, 59|; Battery I, 59|; Battery K, 56f ; Bat- 
tery L, 53 ; Battery M, 56 1 ; average per battery, 57|. 

The duty was performed in two detachments of six batteries 
each, with details from the field, staff, non-commissioned staff and 
band. The commanding officer was present the entire tour, and 



20 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

was assisted by the lieutenant colonel, the commanders of the 
Second and Third battalions and the regimental adjutant, quarter- 
master and paymaster. In addition, the following enlisted men 
were present the entire tour : the regimental sergeant, major, 
quartermaster sergeant, commissary sergeant, paymaster ser- 
geant, hospital steward, drum major and 19 musicians. Returns 
for but eight days' pay was made by the above, all services over 
that time being voluntary. 

Roll calls as a rule not well attended ; guard duty fair only ; 
military courtesy very good. Discipline was, with the exception 
of a few men, very good ; these few cases were promptly dealt 
with. Sanitary arrangements were excellent ; policing of quarters 
and camp good. 

Infantry drill was held for one hour daily. Each detachment 
was thoroughly instructed and drilled for the first three days in the 
use of the 8-inch B. L. R. and 15-pounder R. F. G. On the fourth 
day fire practice with projectile was held with the 8-inch B. L. R. 
at a range of 7,800 yards, also with the 15-pounder R. F. G. at 
2,700 yards. The result of this practice was very satisfactory. 

The commissary arrangements were excellent, and were under 
the supervision of the Commissary General. Ceremonies very 
well performed. 

His Honor the Lieutenant Governor made an official visit on the 
20th. He was tendered a review, which was well performed. 

In the artillery branch of the work the regiment has steadily 
advanced, both to the credit of the officers and men. It has bril- 
liant opportunities in the future, and will play an important part 
in the coast defence of the State and country. 

Second Infantry. 

The regiment showed improvement at the time of the armory 
inspections, and is in a good average condition ; but the numerous 
changes in the officers, caused by the promotion of its colonel, 
injected more or less politics into its affairs, which will have a 
tendency to affect the general efficiency for a short time. 

The attendance of enlisted men at armory inspections was as 
follows : Company A, 56 ; Company B, 54 ; Company C, 58 ; Com- 
pany D, 50 ; Company E, 50 ; Company F, 55 ; Company G, 55 ; 
Company H, 58 ; Company I, 52 ; Company K, 46 ; Company L, 
47; Company M, 49; total, 630, out of an enrollment of 682. 
Average per company, 52 T 6 Y , — a loss of ^f from last year ; 25 
absent with leave, 27 without, companies K, L and M falling 
below 50. 

Personnel very good, excepting companies L and M, which are 



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fair only. Condition of arms, equipments and clothing better 
than last year ; condition of arms in Company K and clothing in 
Company G brought down the average. 

Drills excellent in companies A, C, E, H, I and K ; satisfactory 
in companies B, D, L and M ; unsatisfactory in companies F and 
G. Knowledge of guard duty unsatisfactory, excepting in com- 
panies A, E and K. Books and papers showed a marked im- 
provement; cash on hand at last audit, $5,257.18, — a gain of 
$1,029.42 over last year. 

This regiment on the whole is in a better condition than last 
year. Companies D, G- and K have fallen off a little in their effi- 
ciency, companies A, F and M have held their own, while compa- 
nies B, C, E, H, I and L have improved their standing. 

The inspecting officer made some valuable suggestions in his 
report, which, if heeded, will produce good results. 

The average attendance of the enlisted men at camp was as 
follows : Company A, 57 ; Company B, 58 ; Company C, 59 ; Com- 
pany D, 59 ; Company E, 56 ; Company F, 55 ; Company G, 60 ; 
Company H, 58 ; Company I, 55 ; Company K, 60 ; Company L, 
58 ; Company M, 57 ; an average of 57 T 8 2, — a loss of T 6 2 over last 
year. 

Attendance at roll calls was very good excepting Thursday and 
Friday, nights, when they were unsatisfactory. Officers and non- 
commissioned officers did not exercise proper authority over the 
men. Men were seen smoking in ranks, and the members of the 
band evidently forgot they were supposed to conform to the rules 
and regulations of the camp. 

Setting-up exercises well performed ; policing, with the exception 
of band quarters and grounds in the rear of the non-commissioned 
staff, excellent ; guard mounting excellent. Discipline and courtesy 
between reveille and evening roll calls excellent ; after evening roll 
calls it was poor, and should have been under better control. Care 
of quarters good ; drills satisfactory. 

The entire tour of duty would have been most satisfactory if it 
had not been for breaches of discipline above noted. 

Fifth Infantry. 

This regiment was in better condition at the time of the armory 
inspection than I expected to find it ; there was, however, a notice- 
able lack of harmony existing between the colonel and the field 
and some of the staff officers. 

The commanding officer has worked hard and conscientiously to 
further the interest of his regiment ; he has put a great deal of 
time into his work, and if he had received hearty co-operation I 



22 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

think he would have been more successful. The battalion com- 
manders were all working on independent lines, and complained 
that they did not have all the authority required to discipline their 
companies. Each has apparently governed his battalion according 
to his own ideas, and a lack of uniformity in instruction and 
administration was very noticeable. 

The field officers are intelligent and capable, but, according to 
my investigation and observation, some of them have been more 
prone to criticise the commanding officer than they have to co- 
operate and advise with him in advancing the welfare and efficiency 
of the organization. The colonel is responsible for the adminis- 
tration, discipline and instruction of his regiment, and should out- 
line a policy, and insist on its being rigidly observed ; he should 
see that orders once issued are carried out with cheerful obedience 
and alacrity. If he does this, he is entitled to the hearty support 
and loyalty of all his officers, and if they cannot accord it to him, 
they should resign. 

The failure to enforce orders once issued and to discipline officers 
who talk too much has brought about a condition of affairs which 
needs a strong will and personality to straighten them out. 

The attendance at armory inspection was as follows : Company 
A, 60 ; Company B, 56 ; Company C, 49 ; Company D, 51 ; Com- 
pany E, 59 ; Company F, 55 ; Company G, 52 ; Company H, 54 ; 
Company I, 45 ; Company K, 55 ; Company L, 56 ; Company M, 
50 ; an average of 53 J, — a slight gain over last year, companies C 
and I falling below 50 ; 24 men absent with leave, 39 without. 

Arms were in excellent condition in companies A, B, C, E, F, 
H, I, K and L ; very good in companies K and M ; satisfactory in 
companies D and Gr. Equipments very satisfactory in all but 
Company D ; clothing very satisfactory in all but Company I ; 
books and papers very good, with the exception of companies D 
and F. Amount spent for all purposes, $23,198.18 ; cash on hand, 
$7,046.06, — a gain of $2,409.45. 

The various companies of the regiment, excepting companies D, 
G- and I, are in a satisfactory condition, especially companies K, 
A and L. 

The several staff departments appear to be conducted in a satis- 
factory manner. The adjutant's books and papers were in an 
excellent condition, and showed the results of very careful work 
by Captain Kincaide. The card and filing system in use is a 
valuable adjunct to this department. 

Property at headquarters in excellent condition, excepting the 
buzzacot ovens. Drills satisfactory in companies A, C, E, F, H, 
K, L and M ; very fair in companies B, Gr and I ; unsatisfactory 



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in Company D. Knowledge of guard duty fair only ; knowledge 
of arms very good. General instruction, while marked satisfactory, 
could be greatly improved. Personnel very good in companies A, 
C, E, K and L ; fair only in companies B, D, F, G and I. 

The average attendance of enlisted men for ten drills prior to 
inspection was 46. 

The regiment performed its camp duty and annual drill at 
Manassas, Va., September 3 to 12 inclusive. It was transported 
in three sections over the Boston & Maine, West Shore, Central 
New Jersey, Baltimore & Ohio and the Southern Railroad. The 
officers travelled comfortably in tourist sleepers, but the enlisted 
men were subjected to crowding, and were carried in numbers far 
in excess of that required by regulation. 

Entraining and detraining satisfactory ; discipline maintained 
on the trains could have been improved. 

The attendance was as follows : Company A, 59 ; Company B, 
59 : Company C, 59 ; Company D, 59 ; Company E, 60 ; Company 
F, 60 ; Company G, 60 ; Company H, 58 ; Company I, 58^ ; Com- 
pany K, 59 ; Company L, 60 ; Company M, 59 ; an average of 
59-j^, — a gain of 1^ over l as t year. 

The regiment was assigned to the " Blue" army, under the com- 
mand of Brig. Gen. F. D. Grant, and performed all the duties 
assigned to it in a creditable manner. The enlisted men were 
enthusiastic, and responded to the work in the most faithful man- 
ner, excepting those who reported the first day in an improper 
condition. 

The officers, as a rule, performed their duties well, but in too 
many cases with a great amount of useless and uncalled-for 
talking. 

The general administration of the regiment on this tour of duty 
was good ; policing good ; camp guard from poor to fair ; disci- 
pline, outside of the setting fire to the sinks on the last night, 
good ; military courtesy fair. The health of the command very 
good, being less than one per cent., with no serious cases. Close 
order drills unsatisfactory. Absence of fire control, lack of cohe- 
sion and initiative were the principal criticisms of the inspector. 

The attendance at the review was under the circumstances excel- 
lent, and the performance of the regiment as good as the best. 
The several staff departments were administered in good shape, 
especially the quartermaster. 

One officer has resigned since the manoeuvres. The inspector 
said that if some others now in commission would do the same, it 
would be of benefit to the regiment. 



24 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPOKT. [Jan. 



Sixth Infantry. 

This regiment has held its own during the year, but should have 
made more progress. A more energetic administration is needed 
to spur along the younger line officers. They are capable of more 
efficient work if it was properly mapped out and required of them. 

The attendance at armory inspection equalled last year's, and 
was as follows : Company A, 53 ; Company B, 60 ; Company C, 
60 ; Company D, 60 ; Company E, 55 ; Company F, 48 ; Company 
G, 56 ; Company H, 52 ; Company I, 45 ; Company K, 41 ; Com- 
pany L, 51 ; Company M, 56 ; an average per company of 53 T ^ ; 
companies F, I and K falling below 50, while companies B, C and 
D had a full enrollment and every man present. 

Arms and equipments in excellent condition, excepting in Com- 
pany F. Companies having buzzacots in their possession had had 
them stored in damp basements, and had allowed rust to collect on 
the various cooking utensils. Clothing in a generally good condi- 
tion, excepting working suits ; books and papers satisfactory. 

Armory accommodations remain the same as last reported. 
Former recommendations are again respectfully urged for consid- 
eration. A new armory for Company F at Marlborough is assured 
in the near future. 

Close order drills fairly satisfactory ; extended order work poor 
as a whole. Knowledge of guard duty not satisfactory, either by 
officers or men, and more attention should be given to this impor- 
tant work. Knowledge of care and use of arms unsatisfactory, 
excepting in companies B and I ; personnel fair, and was better 
in the city companies than those located in the country towns. 

Finances in a satisfactory condition, excepting in Company F. 
Fund books were regularly audited. Cash on hand, $6,239.46, — 
a loss of $804.24 from last year. 

Readiness for service : in his detailed report the inspector marks 
7 companies out of 12 as unprepared for emergency service, as 
they have made no attempt, either by requisition or purchase, to 
procure sufficient ammunition to make the service efficient. Field 
ovens should be kept in company armories, ready for immediate 
service, and should be as carefully looked after as any other part 
of the mess equipment. Shelter tents and poles should also be 
issued, and kept in the armories. Blanket bags would be a very 
desirable addition to the enlisted man's equipments. The emer- 
gency ration, as authorized and provided by the United States 
government, should be issued and kept in the armories for emer- 
gency use. While companies have certain arrangements with 



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grocery houses and caterers to supply them on sudden calls, yet 
the understanding is indefinite and unreliable. 

Attendance at camp and annual drill was as follows : Company 
A, 58| ; Company B, 59 J; Company C, 56f ; Company D, 60; 
Company E, 58| ; Company F, 58f ; Company G-, 57| ; Company 
H, 54| ; Company I, 54 ; Company K, 53| ; Company L, 56| ; 
Company M, 58| ; an average of 57|, — a gain of If, the maxi- 
mum attendance for Thursday, Friday and. Saturday being 726 
enlisted men, which was within 20 of the entire enrollment. 

Discipline was somewhat lax early in the week, but improved. 
Military courtesy unsatisfactory ; policing good. Drills were 
carried out regularly, but mostly in battalion movements and in 
close formation ; more attention should have been given to ex- 
tended order work. Ceremonies fair ; guard duty needs careful 
attention ; personnel fair only, and more care is needed in enlist- 
ments ; roll calls well attended, and showed a marked improve- 
ment. As a whole, the regiment performed a good tour of duty. 

Eighth Infantry. 

I am sorry to report that this regiment is not in as satisfactory 
a condition as last year. While it has performed its ordered tours 
of duty in a creditable manner, yet its general condition is not 
such as to inspire confidence. 

Company L of Lawrence was disbanded under General Orders, 
No. 7, February 29, and Company E of Beverly under General 
Orders, No. 18, Nov. 17, 1904. Two others are reported by the 
colonel as being below the standard of efficiency, and are alread} T 
under inspection and investigation by officers of this department. 

I am of the opinion that the affairs of the organization are run 
too much on theoretical and not enough on practical lines to main- 
tain the standard of efficiency which its past history warrants. 

The present commander was commissioned in June, 1895. Up 
to that time not a company in the regiment had been disbanded 
for over five years. In September, 1899, over four years later, 
Company B of Amesbury was disbanded, and since that date com- 
panies in Lynn, Marblehead, Danvers, Newburyport, Lawrence 
and Beverly, seven in all, having fallen below the standard*, have 
been disbanded. These figures seem large when taken into con- 
sideration with the fact that there have been but three companies 
disbanded in all the other organizations of the militia in the same 
length of time, not including the four companies of the naval 
militia who were mustered in during the Spanish war, and dis- 
banded after its close as being unnecessary. 



26 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S EEPOET. [Jan. 

Colonel Pew is an able and well-informed officer, and it is to be 
deplored that he does not use more tact and consideration in ad- 
ministering the affairs of his regiment, and adopt the same policies 
used by other commanders, who have made their regiments more 
efficient. 

The field and staff is composed of capable and efficient officers, 
and it does seem, with a fixed and liberal policy, as if the regiment 
could be maintained at the high standard of efficiency it has held 
in the past, when known as the Essex County Regiment. 

The attendance at armory inspection was as follows : Company 
A. 57 ; Company B, 54; Company C, 60 ; Company D, 38 ; Com- 
pany E. 51 ; Company F, 49 ; Company G, 53 ; Company H, 46 ; 
Company I, 54 ; Company K, 49 ; Company L, ; Company M, 
38 ; an average of 49^J, — a loss of 1^ T from last year; 12 men 
were absent with leave, and 1 officer and 46 men without leave. 

Arms were in very good condition, excepting in companies A, 
H and F. Mess kits, especiall} 7 knives and forks, demand more 
attention, especially in companies A, D, E and H. 

Clothing in general was in good condition, and showed proper 
care. The overcoats in Company H were minus many buttons, 
and most of the campaign hats in Company E were without cords 
and hat devices. Books and papers in excellent condition. 
Amount spent for all purposes, 819,429.28 ; cash on hand, 
$4,746.65, — a gain of 81,530.99 over last year. Furniture, with 
exception of companies F and H, in good condition. 

The armories at Haverhill, Salem and Gloucester are very un- 
satisfactory, and are not suitable. A new one is assured in Haver- 
hill in the near future. 

In the matter of formations and call of roll calls there was a 
marked absence of uniformity. Drills in both close and extended 
order were poor in Company E, fair in companies A, D and M, 
satisfactory in Company G, very good in companies F, H, I and 
K, excellent in companies B and C. 

Guard duty needs attention, especially in companies A, D, E 
and M. The inspector says that a new system of instruction is 
being put in operation, which cannot help but be of benefit, and 
that nothing but inefficiency of company officers can be given as a 
reason for poor guard work in the future. 

General instruction was good, excepting in companies E and M ; 
knowledge of arms satisfactory. Personnel could and should be 
improved in companies A, D, E, H and M. 

To make this regiment ready to respond to emergency duty, it 
should be supplied with ammunition, shelter tents, shovels and 
picks, the same to be kept in the several armories. 



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The tour of camp duty and annual drill was performed at 
Manassas, Va., September 3 to 12 inclusive. The excellent 
attendance was as follows : Company A, 60 ; Company B, 60 ; 
Company C, 60 ; Company D, 59 ; Company E, 60 ; Company F, 
60 ; Company Gr, 59 ; Company H, 60 ; Company I, 60 ; Company 
K, 57; Company L, 60; Company M, 60; an average per com- 
pany of 59 T v, — a gain of 2 T 2 2- over last year. Out of an enroll- 
ment of 823, including officers, men and band, 819 were present 
for duty ; 1 officer and 2 men were absent with leave, and 1 man 
without. 

The regiment was transported in three sections over the Boston 
& Maine, West Shore, Central New Jersey, Baltimore & Ohio and 
Southern Railway, and was some twenty-nine hours on the road. 
The trip was made without incident, and excellent discipline was 
maintained. 

The camp was situated on high ground, and was in an ideal 
location. The regiment was assigned to the "Brown" army, 
under the command of Brigadier General Bell, and performed the 
many duties assigned to it in a highly satisfactory manner. Valu- 
able instruction was given in patrolling, reconnoitring, etc. The 
officers showed excellent knowledge of outpost duty. The enlisted 
men were intelligent, but were not always alert. Policing excel- 
lent both on the cars and in the camp. 

The transportation facilities were inadequate, and the enlisted 
men were subjected to much unnecessary hardship. - 

Discipline and courtesy excellent ; guard duty unsatisfactory. In 
its field work the regiment was handicapped by having the battalion 
detached and sent to different points to reinforce the lines ; in this 
way the regimental identity was more or less destroyed. A great 
deal of marching on interior lines was required, but so well did the 
men respond, they were especially complimented by General Bell. 

As a result of the four days manoeuvring, the men were very 
much exhausted, and a large number suffered with blistered feet. 
The enlisted men cannot be too highly praised for the grit they 
displayed under the trying circumstances. 

The companies of the regiment made an excellent passage in 
review before Lieutenant General Chaffee and other officials at 
"Wellington. Two companies remained in camp, and were not 
reviewed with the others ; while it is true that they received per- 
mission to remain behind, yet by so doing exhibited the weakness 
of the officers. 

The several staff departments were run in an efficient manner, 
and the regiment was highly complimented by many regular army 
officers present. 



28 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

I concur with Lieutenant Colonel Gihon, the inspecting officer, 
when he says that the officers are entitled to much credit for the 
faithful and conscientious manner in which they prepared them- 
selves for these manoeuvres. They distinguished themselves and 
honored the State. 

Ninth Infantry. 

This regiment has improved since my last report, and has done 
good work throughout the year. The officers are enthusiastic, 
progressive, and are working together to improve and maintain the 
efficiency of the organization. 

During the past few months an unfortunate controversy has been 
going on among the officers of Company I, and it has spread to the 
field and staff. As the matter has been handled by higher authority, 
I have no comments to make excepting to note its occurrence. 

The attendance at armory inspections was as follows : Company 
A, 53 ; Company B, 54 ; Company C, 45 ; Company D, 55 ; Com- 
pany E, 51 ; Company F, 47 ; Company G, 59 ; Company H, 43 ; 
Company I, 54; Company K, 42; Company L, 47; Company M, 
49 ; an average of 49^|, — a gain of ^ over last year. This is an 
unsatisfactory average, and should be improved the coming year. 
Twenty-four men were absent with leave and 69 without. 

Arms in excellent condition ; equipments very good. Clothing 
satisfactory in companies A, C, E and M ; very good in the other 
companies. Books and papers excellent at headquarters and com- 
panies D, E, I and L ; satisfactory in the other companies, with 
the exception of company B, which was poor. Cash on hand at 
last audit, $3,138.92, — a gain of $702.50. 

Drills satisfactory in all the companies excepting Company F. 
Knowledge of guard duty showed improvement, and was marked 
as satisfactory by the inspector. General instruction excellent in 
Company D ; satisfactory in companies B, C, F, K and L ; very 
good in companies A, E, G-, H, I and M. Knowledge of arms 
very good in companies A and M ; satisfactory in companies B, C, 
D, K and L ; fair only in companies E, F, G, H and I. Personnel 
excellent in Company D ; very good in companies A, E, G, H, I, 
K, L and M ; fairly satisfactory in companies B, C and F. 

There is a great difference between the efficiency of the best 
company and the poorest, but as to the others the difference is 
slight. The inspector rated the companies as follows : D, I, G, 
M, L, E, H, A, B, F, K and C. 

The tour of camp duty and annual drill was performed at 
Manassas, Va., September 3 to 11 inclusive. The attendance was 
as follows : Company A, 60 ; Company B, 56 ; Company C, 56 ; 
Company D, 59 ; Company E, 59 ; Company F, 56 ; Company G, 



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60 ; Company H, 60 ; Company I, 59 ; Company K, 57 ; Company 
L, 60 ; Company M, 60 ; an average of 58-^-, — a gain of 2 T 8 ^. 
Out of 50 officers and 773 men, including the band, 48 officers and 
755 men were present for duty, — a gain of 46. These figures 
show a decided improvement. 

The regiment was transported in two sections, and went via 
New York. Enlisted men travelled in day coaches, and the officers 
in parlor cars between Boston and New York, and tourist sleeping 
cars between Jersey City and Virginia. The coaches occupied by 
the men were rather crowded, the number of seats being inade- 
quate for so large a number on so long a journey ; but the men 
showed a commendable disposition to make the best of the situa- 
tion. Some delay in entraining was occasioned by the uncertainty 
of what cars were to be used by the several companies. A further 
delay was encountered at Jersey City, owing to inadequate accom- 
modations. Detraining was expeditiously accomplished, but a 
delay in making camp was caused by a misunderstanding of changes 
made in the blue prints furnished by the army authorities. 

The regiment was assigned to the "Brown" army, under the 
command of Brigadier General Bell, and performed the many 
duties assigned it in a manner to merit the commendation of the 
regular officers who were brought in contact with it. The princi- 
pal criticisms made by the inspector were for manner of observing 
taps, lack of system in pitching shelter tents, delays in getting for- 
age and other supplies, and the failure to make provision for feed- 
ing the horses. 

The regiment took an active part in the manoeuvres, and were 
subjected to more or less hardship, much of which was entirely 
unnecessary. Its conduct at all times was commendable, and is 
entitled to much praise for the discipline, endurance, cheerfulness 
and good order maintained. 

Military courtesy was very fair, but guard duty was below the 
required standard, due in part to the large number of recruits and 
the character of the service in which it engaged. 

The quartermaster's department was well handled, as were also 
the commissary, pay and medical departments ; and the officers of 
the regular establishment were generous in their praise of the work 
of these departments and the regiment as a whole. 

The health of the command was excellent. There was no seri- 
ous illness, and but one severe accident. The number of men on 
the sick report was 121, made up as follows : fracture of leg, 1 ; 
sore and blistered feet, 48 ; bowel trouble, caused from over-eat- 
ing, change of water and fatigue, 72. 

A careful examination of the officers' map shows that the regi- 



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ment marched approximately 74 t 9 q- miles in the six days, — an 
average of 12 J miles per day. 

On the return trip a serious breach of discipline occurred, of 
which full reports have been made, and further comments here are 
unnecessary. 

Appearance of men off duty, good ; clothing and equipments 
good ; discipline very good ; policing of camp and quarters very 
good ; observance of taps poor ; general drill very good. 

Naval Brigade. 

The high standard of efficiency noted last year still continues, 
and much profitable work has been done. Officers and men appear 
to be deeply interested in the work. 

Attendance at armory inspection was as follows : headquarters, 
44 ; Company A, 48 ; Company B, 52 ; Company C, 53 ; Com- 
pany E, 50 ; Company F, 51 ; Company G-, 53 ; Company H, 52 ; 
Company I, 55 ; total enrollment, 36 officers and 485 men ; aver- 
age attendance of enlisted men per company, 51|, — a fractional 
gain over last year ; one officer and 13 enlisted men were absent 
with leave, 14 men without. 

Small arms and equipments in excellent condition. Care of 
clothing good, but the same condition of hard wear and usage still 
in evidence. The inspector reports that almost every piece of light 
artillery was short some parts of the breech mechanism, rendering 
them unfit for actual service. Immediate steps should be taken to 
secure a sufficient number of spare parts to make these guns ser- 
viceable and to keep them so. None of the companies have am- 
munition for these guns, and, if needed for emergency work, great 
delay would inevitably occur in procuring same. I recommend 
that an adequate reserve supply be furnished at once. 

Books and papers at headquarters excellent. Among the com- 
panies they were in a very fair condition excepting in Company E. 
Amount spent for all purposes, $8,938.84 ; cash on hand, $6,081 20, 
— a loss of $181.15 from last year. Administration very satis- 
factory ; personnel excellent. 

The Signal Corps showed an improvement over last year, and 
its work was very satisfactory. 

The engineer division is composed of 2 officers and 21 enlisted 
men, most of whom are licensed engineers or firemen. Each man 
was questioned by the chief engineer as to his duties, and all re- 
sponded promptly, showing knowledge of duty in their respective 
ratings. 

The Torpedo Corps is composed of 8 enlisted men, and all were 
present at the inspection. 



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Drills excellent in companies G and I ; very satisfactory in com- 
panies E and F ; fair in companies A, B, C and H. Discipline 
excellent in companies F, G and I ; good in companies C, E and 
H; fair in companies A and B. The average attendance of the 
eight companies on the ten drill nights prior to the State inspection 
was 83.5 per cent, of the enrollment. 

Guard duty should receive more attention, to better fit the men 
for shore duty. 

The summer tour of duty was performed at Fort Rodman, New 
Bedford, from July 23 to 30 inclusive. The attendance was as 
follows : headquarters, 59 ; Company A, 50 ; Company B, 55 ; 
Company C, 55 ; Company E, 53 ; Company F, 54 ; Company C, 
56; Company H, 54; Company I, 57; an average of 52|, — a 
gain of 7| over last year, 14 being absent with leave, and 14 
without. 

During the week the U. S. 8. "Dixie" with the New York 
Naval Militia, and the U. S. S. " Portsmouth " with the Battalion 
of the East of the New Jersey Naval Militia, arrived ; and the 
three organizations worked more or less together in drills and 
ceremonies, which proved of value to all. Our brigade was given 
an opportunity each day to go on board the "Dixie" for great 
gun practice, and the ship and shore duty was divided among the 
divisions forenoon and afternoon. 

The Governor reviewed the brigade on Thursday, the 28th, and 
the ceremony was well performed. He was also tendered a review 
by the New York and New Jersey militia, who paraded together 
as a brigade. 

Guard duty was a weak point during this tour of duty, but a 
part of the inefficiency was due to the fact that the two previous 
tours of duty were afloat, and this was the first camp that many of 
the officers and men had attended. 

Battalion drills and ceremonies improved during the week; boat 
and artillery drills were well executed ; policing excellent. Signal 
work was highly commended by the inspecting officer. 

A conspicuous defect of the entire tour was the failure to conform 
to the published routine on time. 

Sanitation of the camp good, and the health of the men remark- 
ably good, considering the weather conditions ; commissary ar- 
rangements satisfactory. 

The officers' club, so called, was made too conspicuous a part of 
the camp. While no doubt the canteen or club is desirable and 
necessary, yet I believe it should be kept in the background, and 
not made prominent and attractive. 

Lieutenant Colonel Dexter, in concluding his report, expresses 



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his opinion that in land tours the Naval Brigade should give more 
attention to the possible nautical features and less to military 
work in the way of parades and reviews. 

First Corps of Cadets. 

This corps is in its usual excellent condition. It has performed 
a very satisfactory year's work. Enlistments have increased, and 
the personnel continues of the highest order. 

The attendance at armory inspection was as follows : Company 
A, 61 ; Company B, 54 ; Company C, 68 ; Company D, 65 ; an 
average of 62 per company, and a gain of 3 per company over last 
year ; 23 absent with leave, 6 without. 

Arms and equipments in excellent condition, excepting canteens 
and haversacks, which are old, unsuitable and out of repair. The 
commanding officer reports have asked for new ones, but without 
success. 

Books and papers neatly and excellently kept, but by a different 
system than that followed by other companies in the militia. Cash 
balance on hand, $33,231.04. 

Drills in close and extended order excellent ; knowledge of arms 
very good. Guard duty, officers excellent, men very good. Pri- 
vates generally well informed, but a few were found in each com- 
pany who were somewhat deficient in general military knowledge, 
general orders for sentinels, etc. 

The record of attendance at the ten drills preceding the inspec- 
tion was as follows : Company A, average enrollment 68.7, average 
attendance 51.3; Company B, average enrollment 59.2, average 
attendance 50.6 ; Company C, average enrollment 78.4, average at- 
tendance 53.7; Company D, average enrollment 70.6, average 
attendance 51.6. 

The inspector rated all four companies as excellent, and the 
corps as a whole was a model organization, capable of any duty 
that it would be called upon to perform. 

The corps performed its camp duty and annual drill at Hingham, 
July 8 to 16, inclusive. The attendance of the enlisted men was 
as follows : headquarters, 10 ; Company A, 71 ; Company B, 56 ; 
Company C, 77 ; Company D, 70 ; an average per company of 
68J, — a gain of 7f ; 14 men were reported absent. 

Drills, while not above some criticisms, were very good ; mili- 
tary courtesy and discipline excellent. Knowledge of guard duty 
showed improvement over armory inspection, and was satisfactory. 
Policing of camp and care of quarters excellent ; ceremonies 
excellent. 



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A portion of each day was devoted to rifle practice ; 104 full 
qualifications and 22 half qualifications were made at 200 yards. 

The corps, under Major Talbot, had field manoeuvres on the 
Jordan farm, about five miles from camp, on Tuesday and Wednes- 
day. The problem as planned was carefully worked out, and the 
results obtained were very satisfactory. 

Second Corps of Cadets. 

It is with genuine pleasure that I say that this corps has improved 
rapidly since my last report. Colonel Fitz and his officers have 
worked hard and conscientiously to raise the standard, and have 
succeeded in increasing the enrollment and improving the per- 
sonnel. There is much yet to be gained in military knowledge, 
etc. ; but I feel sure, with the harmony now existing and the spirit 
of co-operation that is so manifest, that the old corps will fully 
regain its standard in the militia. 

The attendance of the enlisted men at the armory inspection 
was as follows : Company A, 33 ; Company B, 36 ; Company C, 
33 ; Company D, 43 ; an average of 36J per company, — a gain 
of 4J over last year. The corps has a total enrollment of 188 
officers and men, — an increase over last year of 24; 19 men were 
absent from inspection, 8 being without leave. 

Officers' meetings are held each month, and drills have been 
much better attended. 

The Springfield, rifles showed some lack of care. The new 
magazine guns had not been issued. Drills were fair only. The 
inspector noted several wrong commands given by officers, and 
several faulty movements were executed without corrections being 
made. Company officers should be careful to correct all faults 
while drilling. Guard duty was fair, yet much-needed improve- 
ment should be had. 

Cash on hand at last audit, $537.67, — a loss of $82.85 from 
last year. Books and papers excellent ; care of clothes fair. 

The corps performed its tour of camp duty at Boxford, July 16 
to 23, inclusive. The attendance was much better than last year, 
and was as follows : Company A, 37 ; Company B, 38 ; Company 
C, 46 ; Company D, 51 ; an average of 43 men to a company, — 
a gain of 13 over last year. Total enrollment, 20 officers, 191 
men ; total present, 20 officers, 176 men, not including band. 

Roll calls well attended ; policing of camp excellent ; guard duty 
very good, and showed the effects of the careful instruction of 
Major Spencer ; courtesy and discipline excellent. 

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34 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

quarters were the best. Army blankets should be issued to the 
band, in order that there may be more uniformity in quarters ; 
eleven varieties of blankets were noted in the band quarters. 

Drills, while a little ragged early in the week, improved very 
much, and the inspector gave the " very good " rating. 

Every officer and man received instruction in rifle practice while 
in camp, and many qualifications were made. 

Colonel Gihon says in his report that the corps is officered by 
men of education and intelligence, who appear to be efficient and 
capable and in full sympathy with the commanding officer, and are 
working hard to increase the efficiency of the corps. 

The work in the several departments is worthy of special men- 
tion. The surgeons, in addition to their regular work, gave 
instructions to all in first aid to the wounded. The adjutant, 
quartermaster, paymaster and inspector of rifle practice are hard- 
working officers. Their untiring efforts in the work of their 
departments deserve commendation. The enlisted men, of whom 
nearly 50 per cent, are recruits, appear to be of a much better 
personnel than those at the armory inspection. They are of fair 
physique, intelligent, and anxious to acquire all the instruction 
possible in their duties. 

First Battalion Light Artillery. 

The inspection of headquarters was omitted, by order of the 
Adjutant General, dated March 21, 1904, as Major Duchesney had 
turned over the property preparatory to resigning. The major 
afterwards decided to remain in the service, but at that time it 
was impossible to make the inspection within the time limit allowed 
this department. 

Battery B. 

The inspector found the administration very unsatisfactory, and 
books, papers and finances in a demoralized condition. 

The captain, 2 first lieutenants and 9 enlisted men were absent 
from inspection. The attendance was as follows : 1 officer and 72 
enlisted men ; absent, one man with leave, 3 officers and 8 men 
without. 

Condition of arms and clothing very fair ; equipment very good ; 
policing excellent ; books and papers very bad. Cash spent for 
all purposes, $2,932.89 ; cash on hand, $865.83. 

The battery was commanded by the second lieutenant, who has 
been faithful and enthusiastic under trying conditions. The bat- 
tery passed a very fair inspection, under the circumstances, the 
details of which were furnished you in special reports, under dates 
of March 23 and 25, 1904. 



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In your company and by your direction I spent some time in 
straightening out the affairs and finances of this battery. The 
discharge of the three senior officers was obtained. New officers 
have been elected, and the condition of the battery shows marked 
improvement. 

Battery C. 

Attendance at inspection, 4 officers and 82 men, being 100 per 
cent, of the enrollment, and duplicating their record of last year. 

Condition of property very good ; books and papers satisfactory. 
Amount spent, $2,301.63 ; cash on hand, $2,979.85. Battery drill 
good ; drill satisfactory ; guard duty unsatisfactory. General in- 
struction very fair ; knowledge of arms satisfactory. Personnel 
very good ; general condition very good. 

Attention is again invited to the unsuitableness of the gun sheds 
in both battery armories. 

Camp Duty. 

Headquarters enrollment, 12; average attendance, 12. Battery 
B enrollment, 77 ; average attendance, 73. Battery C enrollment, 
88 ; average attendance, 87. 

Roll calls very good ; discipline and military courtesy very good. 
Headquarters stables excellent ; battery stables fair only. Drills 
improved daily ; ceremonies excellent. 

Battery B showed marked improvement, even under very trying 
circumstances. Three out of the four newly commissioned officers 
appeared with the battery as such for the first time ; but one pair 
of horses had ever done artillery work before ; yet all the officers 
and men worked with commendable zeal to make the tour a suc- 
cess, and were encouraged by word and act by the officers and men 
of Battery C. 

Light Battery A. 

The battery remains in the same excellent condition as last re- 
ported. It has done good work during the year, and has received 
unqualified praise from many regular officers for its high person- 
nel, its ability to do things, and general efficiency. 

Out of an enrollment of 5 officers and 85 men, 5 officers and 80 
men were present at inspection ; 4 men were absent with leave, 1 
without, — a loss of 1 over last year. 

Condition of arms, equipment and clothing, excellent; books 
and papers, very good.. Cash on hand at last audit, $9,071.02, — 
a loss of $910.89 from last year. 

Drills very good ; general instruction excellent ; knowledge of 
guard duty very good ; knowledge of arms satisfactory. Person- 
nel excellent ; administration excellent. Assembly on sudden 



36 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

call would be prompt, the system of notification being most com- 
plete. 

The battery performed its tour of camp duty at Framingham, 
Mass., and Manassas, Va. It was on duty seventeen days, nearly 
one-half of which was voluntary, and without expense to the 
State. 

Out of an enrollment of 5 officers and 85 men, 5 officers and 83 
men were present for duty. The battery was assigned to the so- 
called "Blue" army, under the command of Brig. Gen. F. D. 
Grant, and performed every duty assigned it in a highly creditable 
and efficient manner. Major General Corbin, Brigadier General 
Grant, Maj. Granger Adams, A. C, and other regular officers 
spoke to me personally in terms of the highest praise and com- 
mendation of work performed, and complimented Massachusetts 
on having such *an efficient organization among its troops. 

I venture to say that the battery gained more in experience and 
practical benefits on the tour of duty than any organization in the 
Second Brigade. 

First Battalion Cavalry. 

This command has made the expected improvement in its con- 
dition, and shows the effect of hard work put in by its officers. 

The attendance was better than last year, but improvement is 
still possible. Headquarters enrollment, 7 officers and 6 men ; 
attendance, 7 officers and 4 men, 2 men being absent with leave. 
Troop A enrollment, 3 officers, 78 men ; present, 3 officers, 67 
men. Troop D enrollment, 3 officers, 64 men ; present, 3 officers, 
55 men. One man in Troop A and 6 men in Troop D were absent 
with leave, and 10 men in Troop A and 7 in Troop D without 
leave. 

Property in excellent condition, excepting a few carbines, which 
need slight repairs. All equipments were well cared for, but there 
is a lack of uniformity in canteen straps, and some saddle blankets 
in Troop A are much worn, and should be exchanged. Clothing 
clean and well cared for, and brasses bright. Many blouses are 
badly worn, and should be turned in. 

Books and papers excellent ; drills satisfactory ; guard duty very 
good ; manual of arms good ; sabre drill very poor, and needs 
more attention, as does extended order work. 

The men of both troops had good knowledge of general orders, 
rules for care of horses, nomenclature of the piece and of the 
saddle and bridle ; bugle calls not generally understood. Both 
troops have made good progress in rifle practice, and Troop D has 
devoted some time to litter drill, pioneer work and signaling. 
Military courtesy fair, but can be improved. 



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The attendance at the ten drills preceding inspection was not as 
good as it should have been, as the following figures indicate : 
Troop A, average enrollment, 80.9 ; attendance, 53. Troop D, 
average enrollment, 73.4; attendance, 49.4. 

Troop A expended $974.78 less than its total receipts, and had 
a cash balance at last audit of $974.78. Troop D expended 
$288.76 more than its total receipts, but had a cash balance of 
$1,726.24. 

The condition of armories and furniture has improved, but the 
need of iron gates on the stairs of landing in the armory of Troop 
D still exists, and the recommendation made last year in reference 
to the same is earnestly renewed. 

The tour of camp duty was performed at Framingham, July 16 
to 23, inclusive ; and, as it was decided not to send the battalion to 
Manassas with the Second Brigade, it had the camp ground entirely 
for its own use. It proved to be of great value to the command. 
Each troop rode over the road to camp, and made the journey in 
very quick time ; in fact, the inspecting officer criticised the gait 
taken by Troop D as being entirely too rapid, considering the 
unusual heat. 

The attendance was as follows : headquarters enrollment, 7 
officers, 6 men ; present, 7 officers, 6 men. Troop A enrollment, 
3 officers, 73 men ; present, 3 officers, 65 men ; absent, 8, — a loss 
of 5 from last year. Troop D enrollment, 3 officers, 74 men ; 
present, 3 officers, 73 men ; absent, 1, — the same as last year. 

Arms and equipments very good ; military courtesy good, but 
could be improved ; discipline very good ; policing of quarters 
excellent ; performance of guard duty good ; observance of taps 
excellent. Horses in Troop A fair ; Troop D not up to the stand- 
ard. Quarters of men neat and clean, but lacked uniformity; 
this fault was corrected later in the week. 

Field manoeuvres were held on the evening of the 20th, but, 
owing to a misunderstanding of orders, did not produce the best 
of results. 

The battalion was reviewed by the Governor on Friday, and 
made an excellent passage. Platoons were well aligned, distances 
good and salutes well rendered. 

Drills were faithfully performed, and, while the large number 
of recruits were in evidence, yet the work during the week was 
satisfactory. 

The sanitary condition of the camp was good, and there were 
but a few men on the sick report, some being due to accidents and 
others to overheating at drill. 

The inspecting officer makes the following recommendations : 



38 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

that stables be whitewashed inside, the ventilators be enlarged, 
and the floors be dug out and filled with fresh earth ; that suitable 
shower baths be erected ; that blankets of uniform pattern be pro- 
vided for use of band ; and that standards of bunting be issued to 
be used at drill, in order to better preserve the silk ones. 

Troop F, Cavalry. 

The attendance at armory inspection was very fair, considering 
the weather. With an enrollment of 4 officers and 78 men, 4 
officers and 70 men were present ; all reported as absent were with- 
out leave. 

State property was not in a satisfactory condition. The sabres 
and scabbards were in bad condition ; blades were clean, but badly 
pitted from rust, hilts were loose and scabbards dented, and the 
plating was in a wretched condition. Carbines were not well 
cared for, many being dusty and showed rust ; many of the rear 
sights were out of order, and some were broken. Clothing in fair 
condition, only the blouses and trousers were quite badly worn ; 
many caps in poor condition, and in some instances buttons and 
brasses were not cleaned. Horse equipments were in good repair, 
but should receive more care, particularly bits, which in many 
instances showed dirt and rust. Overcoats were in fair condition ; 
woolen and rubber blankets in excellent condition. 

The armory is not large enough for troop drills, and lockers are 
not provided. Furniture is good, and the armory was well policed. 
Drills showed marked improvement over the previous inspection ; 
movements in close order good ; sabre drill and manual of arms 
good ; loadings and firing fair. 

The enlisted men show a very fair knowledge of their duties, 
but more attention should be given to guard duty, bugle calls, and 
acquiring a smart soldierly bearing. 

Books and papers very neat and well kept ; cash on hand at last 
audit, $3,272.44, — a gain of $272.44. Personnel satisfactory; 
knowledge of arms excellent ; care of arms unsatisfactory. 

The attendance at camp was as follows : enrollment, 4 officers, 
78 men ; present, 4 officers, 71-g- men, — a loss of 1-J men. 

The troop went to camp over the road without any special 
incident happening. Good hard work was put in during the week, 
and the results were very satisfactory. 

Roll calls, with one exception, very good ; inspection of quarters 
and policing of camp very good ; stables fair only ; military 
courtesy good. Kitchen clean at all times, and the food well 
cooked. Discipline was generally good ; the inspector sa3 T s some 
of the men were altogether too generous in their distribution of 
profanity. 



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The band for this tour made an excellent showing, both as to 
music, courtesy and discipline, and its cots were supplied for the 
first time with a uniform covering. 

One trooper was injured by being thrown from his horse. One 
horse was taken sick early in the week, and was left behind when 
the troop broke camp. 

Signal Corps. 

The work of the Signal Corps of both the First and Second 
brigades has been of a most satisfactory character. They are 
under the command of progressive, intelligent and painstaking 
officers. The enlisted men are alert, and anxious to perfect them- 
selves in the duties of their particular branch of the service. 

The attendance at armory inspection was the same as last year, 
but 1 man being absent : First Brigade, 1 officer and 25 men 
present ; 1 man absent with leave. Second Brigade, 1 officer and 
26 men present. 

First Brigade Corps. 

Equipments and clothing very good ; books and papers excel- 
lent. Amount spent for all purposes, $229. 06 ; cash on hand at 
last audit, $107.98, — a gain of $39.65. 

Signal kits and heliograph instruments in good condition. For- 
mations were prompt and well made, marching movements well 
executed, and the manual of kits good. 

Signal stations were established, and messages sent and received 
by both the wig-wag and heliograph systems with fair accuracy 
and rapidity. Telegraph stations were also established, and the 
men showed proficiency in pole climbing, affixing insulators, string- 
ing wires, adjusting instruments and sending messages. 

Personnel very good ; general conditions excellent. 

Camp duty was performed at Framingham, June 11 to 18. Roll 
calls well attended ; military courtesy very good ; discipline excel- 
lent ; policing very good ; care of quarters improved during the 
week. 

The field telephone and a telautograph connecting brigade head- 
quarters were installed, also a successful working system of wire- 
less telegraphy. Manual movements, flag drills and heliographs 
work kept the corps busy during the day, while an hour and a half 
was devoted each evening to signalling with acetylene torches. 
Heliograph communication was established between Mt. Wachusett 
and Nobscot Hill, a distance of twenty-five miles, and messages 
repeated by flag to camp five and a quarter miles distant. 

The attendance was perfect, 1 officer and 27 men being present 
the entire tour of duty, and not one was sick or in arrest. 



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Second Brigade Corps. 

Equipments and clothing very good ; books and papers excel- 
lent. Amount spent for all purposes, $408.31; cash on hand, 
$237.38, — a gain of $159.59 from last year. 

Signal kits and heliograph in excellent condition; drill and 
manual of kits good. Messages rapidly sent and received by wig- 
wag system. Telephone and telegraph stations were established, 
and messages sent with rapidity and accuracy ; men also showed 
efficiency in sending heliograph messages. 

Personnel very good ; general instruction very good ; general 
condition excellent. The inspector reports that in every way the 
energy, efficiency and control of the commanding officer is appar- 
ent ; while the enlisted men, many of whom are electricians, teleg- 
raphers, etc., show a high average of intelligence and great interest 
in their work. 

This corps performed its tour of camp duty at Manassas, Va., 
and 1 officer and 27 men were present during the entire tour of 
duty. It was transported on the second section of the Ninth 
Regiment train, and arrived at Thoroughfare, Va., at 9.30 o'clock 
a.m., September 4. The corps was united with that of the Mary- 
land Signal Corps under the command of Lieutenant Stevens, the 
two being attached to the Signal Company of the U. S. army in a 
battalion under command of Captain Mitchell. 

The details for all kinds of work were made up of men from the 
regular troops and National Gruard, and they worked together in 
harmony and with much benefit to our corps. 

Lines were run each day, as the necessities of the opposing 
forces demanded, and each and every duty required was performed 
with alacrity and intelligence. The command was on the right of 
the second division in the review, and made an excellent passage. 

The health of the men was good, and there were no accidents. 
Discipline and courtesy excellent. 

Lieutenant Stevens and his men were highly complimented by 
the officers of the regular establishment for their zeal, efficiency 
aqd readiness for duty. 

Ambulance Corps. 

With an enrollment of 3 officers and 51 men, there were present 
at armory inspection 3 officers and 47 men, 4 men being absent 
with leave. 

The inspection was originally ordered for March 22, and Lieu- 
tenant Colonel Dexter, accompanied by Capt. O. L. Spaulding, 
Jr., U. S. A., went to the armory for the purpose of making it, 



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when they were informed by Captain Bell that he had not been 
notified, and his command was not prepared for inspection, so a 
later date was set. 

Formations were prompt, marching movements well executed and 
litter drill well performed, the men showing proficiency in bandag- 
ing splint work and handling supposedly wounded men on the 
litters. Each man was questioned on anatomy and " first aid to 
the injured," and all showed promptness and accuracy in their 
answers. 

Equipments in excellent condition. Clothing very good, ex- 
cepting overcoats are a good deal worn, and should be condemned. 
The chevrons worn by non-commissioned officers are not in ac- 
cordance with General Orders, No. 6, 1903. Litters and appli- 
ances in good condition, excepting that the pouches, which have 
been used for a long time, are too small for efficient service, and 
should be replaced by pouches of a larger and more modern pattern. 

Books and papers were in fair condition, excepting the enlist- 
ment book was not properly signed by the officers, and the fund 
book had not been properly audited either for the January 1 or 
April 1 audits. It was stated that the recent illness and conse- 
quent absence from home of Captain Bell was responsible for these 
omissions ; but, as the same errors were reported last year, but 
with different excuses, care should be taken to make corrections 
at once, and more attention given to details of administration. 

Amount spent for all purposes, $461.65 ; cash on hand, $263.50, 
— a loss of $161.50. 

Personnel excellent, also general instruction and conditions. 
Owing to the fact that the Second Brigade was to participate in 
the army manoeuvres at Manassas, and that the service of the 
Ambulance Corps was not desired by the War Department, the 
entire corps was ordered into camp with the First Brigade at Fram- 
ingham. As the corps had not been encamped as a body for years, 
the supply of camp equipage was insufficient. Such as they had 
was equally divided, and the quarters were kept in excellent order. 

Enrollment, 3 officers and 56 men ; average attendance, 3 offi- 
cers and 52 men. 

Policing of camp excellent ; military courtesy very good ; attend- 
ance at roll calls, with a single exception, excellent; discipline 
excellent. 

The regular routine work was done with intelligence and enthu- 
siasm, and much good was derived by having the entire corps in 
camp at the same time. 



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Recommendations. 
As prescribed by paragraph 566 of the regulations, the follow- 
ing suggestions for the improvement of the militia are respectfully 
submitted : — 

I. Systematic instruction of officers^in the preparation of mili- 
tary papers, a sample set of same to be issued to each headquarters 
and company. 

II. That all enlisted men care for their rifles, and become 
familiar with the mechanism. 

III. That the two Signal Corps be consolidated under the com- 
mand of a captain, and that they be supplied with a wagon, with 
the necessary horses and harnesses ; telephone receivers and trans- 
mitters ; wireless apparatus. for experimental work ; climbing irons, 
revolvers, belt axes and knives. 

IV. That all infantry companies be supplied with shelter tents, 
picks, shovels and cooking outfit, the same to be kept in the armo- 
ries. Provision should also be made for emergency rations and 
ammunition. 

V. That the Inspector General of Rifle Practice be given per- 
mission to visit such organizations as he may deem necessary, and 
that he be allowed special duty pay and mileage. 

VI. That brigade commanders be given authority to detail staff 
officers to assist the Assistant Inspector General in inspecting their 
brigade, and that officers so detailed be allowed special duty pay 
and mileage. 

VII. That commissioned officers should not act as company 
treasurer, and then be required to audit their own accounts. 
There have been three cases of misappropriation of funds during 
the past year, and more care should be observed, to prevent others. 

VIII. That more attention be given to instruction in guard 
duty. 

IX. That, in addition to the Massachusetts coat of arms, the 
letters " Mass." be put on the collars of the dress and service 
uniforms. 

I respectfully renew and urge consideration of other recommen- 
dations made in my last report, as I feel, if they are adopted, that 
it will result in material benefit to the militia. 

As the coming change in administration compels my retirement 
from active service, I wish to take this opportunity of expressing 
my gratitude to the officers and men of the militia for the many 
courtesies I have received at their hands, and to thank them for 
the fair and frank spirit in which they have received criticisms, 



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and to compliment them on their extreme modesty in receiving 
praise. 

To you, sir, I again express my hearty appreciation of the valu- 
able advice and assistance you have always given me whenever 
sought. 

And, in conclusion, to say that, whatever may be the degree of 
success I have attained in the administration of this department, 
it has been entirely due to the zeal, devotion and love of service 
of my very able assistants, and I thank them sincerely for their 
loyal support. 

Very respectfully, your obedient servant, 

WILLIAM H. BRIGHAM, 

Brigadier General and Inspector General, M. V. M. 



44 ADJUTAXT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



EEPORT OF THE SUKGEON GENERAL. 



Surgeon General's Office, State House, Boston, Jan. 1, 1905. 

Brig. Gen. Samuel Dalton, Adjutant General, Massachusetts. 

Sir : — In accordance with section 19 of the militia law, I have 
the honor to forward through your office my report to His Excel- 
lency the Commander-in-Chief. 

Very respectfully, your obedient servant, 

OTIS H. MARION, 

Surgeon General. 

To His Excellency John L. Bates, Governor and Commander-in-Chief. 

Sir : — I have the honor to submit the following report of the 
work of this office for the year 1904 : — 

The high honor which you conferred upon me by promotion from 
medical director of the First Brigade to that of Surgeon General, 
after twenty-one years of continuous service as surgeon in the 
Massachusetts Volunteer Militia, is highly appreciated. May 2, 
1904, 1 was commissioned and sworn into office, fully realizing the 
importance of my position and the duties incumbent on me, which 
I have tried to fulfil to the best of my ability and to Your Excel- 
lency's satisfaction. 

The duties of this department are somewhat varied, and increase 
proportionately to the desire to maintain an efficient medical staff, 
to insure the faithful performance of the duties of the office, and 
whatever else may enhance the efficiency of the State Militia. 

Physical Examinations. — Physical examinations of veterans of 
the civil war and Spanish war, at the request of the Commissioners 
of State Aid, have been made conscientiously,, believing that the 
incapacitated worthy soldier is due the greatest consideration. 
The number for the year is 30. 

Examinations for State Licenses. — There are many in this class 
unworthy, and whenever it could be determined that such was the 
case, the facts were so stated. However, there are many needy 



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veterans. Of the number who applied for examination, 22 were 
recommended and 8 rejected. 

Examinations for Soldiers 1 Homes. — To stand before the old 
soldier, whose health and oftentimes his body have been shattered 
in the defence of his country, without money and oftentimes with- 
out friends, is a pitiful sight. The consoling part is, that a gener- 
ous government has provided comfortable homes, to which 35 were 
recommended. 

Detail. — I had the honor of being detailed as surgeon to the 
Massachusetts delegation which accompanied Your Excellency to 
the Louisiana Purchase Exposition at St. Louis, Mo. The special 
train bearing the party of sixty left Boston September 12, return- 
ing September 20. The journey was made without accident or 
serious illness to any member of the party. The many duties to 
which I have been assigned, to accompany Your Excellency or His 
Honor the Lieutenant Governor, I have tried to perform acceptably, 
and with a sense of dignity becoming my position. 

Agreeably to Your Excellency's orders, I attended the thirteenth 
annual meeting of the Association of Military Surgeons of the 
United States, which met in St. Louis, Mo., October 10 to 15, 
inclusive, to represent the medical department of the Massachu- 
setts Volunteer Militia. The opening session of the association 
was held in the Hall of Congress of the Louisiana Purchase Exposi- 
tion, at 2 o'clock p.m., October 10, with a large number in attend- 
ance. Foreign governments sent representatives as follows : Italy, 
Col. Pietro Imbriaeo (army), Lieut. Col. Luigi Abbamondi (navy) ; 
Spain, Don Juan Ridondo (navy), Don Edwardo Sevillano ; Eng- 
land, Gen. R. W. Coppenger, R. N., Col. H. W. Murray, 
R. A. M. C. ; India, Col. H. Hamilton; Canada, Colonel Fiset, 
Col. G. S. Ryerson ; Guatemala, Don Joaquin Yela ; Honduras, 
Don Salvador Condova ; Peru, Don David Matto ; France, Colonel 
Marischel ; Nicaragua, Dr. Mairena ; Mexico, Lieut. Col. Augustin 
Aguirre. 

The exercises were extremely interesting and pleasing. Ses- 
sions were held from 9 o'clock a.m. until 2 o'clock p.m. each day, 
at which papers of a very scientific and instructive nature were 
read. Every military surgeon in the service should attend these 
meetings, for they are fraught with the greatest amount of good 
information, which is sure to benefit every army on the face of the 
globe, as it is the duty of every military surgeon to care for the 
sick and wounded, no matter whether their own or their enemy's. 
At this meeting resolutions were introduced and a committee 
appointed to consider an International Congress of Military Sur- 
geons. Papers were presented on the following subjects : — 



46 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

1. Twenty-minute abstract on the Relation of the Medical Department 

to the Health of Armies. By the Enno Sander prize essayist. 

2. Further Researches into the Causes which tend to brino- about Seri- 

ous Accidents to Drivers. By Tenente Colonello Medico Luigi 
Abbamondi, Royal Italian navy. 

3. The Medical Reserve Corps of the United States Army. By Maj. 

Azel Ames, U. S. V. 

4. The Principles of the New Austrian Sanitary Regulations for War. 

By Stabsarzt Dr. Johann Steiner, Austro-Hungarian army. 

5. The Sanitary Situation in Panama. By Col. William Crawford 

Gorgas, U. S. A. 

6. The Russian Army Medical Service. By Lieut. Col. Frank Howard, 

A. M. S. 

7. Observations on the Organization and Work of the Medical Depart- 

ment of the Japanese Army. By Acting Ass't Surg. Anita New- 
comb McGee, U. S. A. 

8. Observations on the Russo-Japanese "War. By Maj. Louis Living- 

ston Seaman, U. S. V. E. 

9. The Organization of the Department of Health for the Canal Zone, 

Isthmus of Panama. By Medical Director John W. Ross, U. S N. 

10. The Use of Trained Dogs in searching for and carrying Aid to the 

Wounded on the Battlefield. By Lieut. Charles Norton Barne}', 
U S A. 

11. The Naval Hospital Ship " Relief." By Surg. William C. Braisted, 

U. S. N. 

12. The Medical Officer in Campaign. By Maj. P. J. H. Farrel, 

I N. G. 

13. The Canteen in the Military Service. By Brig. Gen. Jefferson Davis 

Griffith, N. G., Missouri. 

14. The Medical Corps of the United States Navy, — Some Details re- 

specting its Past and Present. By P. A. Surg. James Nevins Hyde, 
U. S. N. 

15. On the Organization and Conduct of the Sanitary Service of the 

First Line in Modern War. By Colonello Medico Pietro Imbriaco, 
Royal Italian army. 

16. The Sanitary Sergeant. By Brig. Gen. Otis H. Marion, M. V. M. 

17. The United States Naval Medical School. By Medical Director 

Robert Augustine Marmion, U. S. N. 
18.' The Surgeon of the National Guard. By Maj. Ralph W. Montelius, 
N. G., Pennsylvania. 

19. The Duties of Medical Officers in the Field ; Experience to be gained 

at Manoeuvres and Encampments. By Capt. Frederick P. Rey- 
nolds, U. S. A. 

20. Some Features of the Immediate Treatment and Transport of the 

Wounded in Naval Warfare. By Surg. Charles Francis Stokes, 
U. S. N. 

21. The Apron Stretcher, — Description and Demonstration. By G. A. 

Lung, U. S. N. 

22. A New Field.Instrument. By Lieut, (junior grade) Henry Emerson 

Wetherill, N. M. N. G., Pennsylvania. 



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23. Medication on the Firing Line. By Ass't Surg. William F. Waugh, 

U.S.N. 

24. An Hour with Dr. Thomas Trotter, Physician to the Fleet. By Medi- 

cal Director John C. Wise, U. S. N. 

25. James Markham Marshall Ambler, U. S. N. By Medical Director 

John C. Wise, U. S. N. 

26. Army Medical Officers who have become Secretaries of War. By 

Maj. James Evelyn Pilcher, U. S. V. 

27. A Sanitary Study of Culebra, U. S. W. I., as a Naval Base. By 

Medical Inspector Howard E. Ames, U. S. N. 

28. Camp Sanitation. By Maj. Herbert A. Arnold, N. G., Pennsylvania. 

29. Military Hygiene, — its Theoretical and Practical Study in the Regu- 

lar Army and Militia Forces. By Lieut. Robert Smart, U. S. A. 

30. An Improved Method of Standardizing the Recruit. By Surg. Henry 

G. Beyer, U. S. N. 

31. Practical Hearing Tests. By Maj. William Sohier Bryant, U. S. V. 

32. Malingering. By Lieut. Samuel M. DeLoffre, U. S. A. 

33. Gymnastics and Athletics, with Especial Reference to Football. By 

Col. Valery Havard, U. S. A. 

34. The Epidemic of Pneumonia. By Surg. Charles Edward Banks, 

P. H. and M. H. S. 

35. Altitude and Expansion. By Surg. Paul M. Carrington, P. H. and 

M. H.S. 

36. The Common House Fly as a Factor in the Spread of Tuberculosis. 

By Surg. J. O. Cobb, P. H. and M. H. S. 

37. Pulmonary Tuberculosis, — its Diagnosis and Course under Favor- 

able Climatic Conditions. By Dr. Edward D. Sinks, U. S. A. 

38. The Dangers of Unrestricted Travelling of Consumptives. By Ass't 

Surg. John W. Trask, P. H. and M. H. S. 

39. Asiatic Cholera. By Maj. John A. Metzger, U. S. V. 

40. Notes on a Case of Myeloid Sarcoma of the Head of the Tibia. By 

Ass't Surg. W. C. Rucker, P. H. and M. H. S. 

41. Note on the LeTulle Autopsy Method. By Ass't Surg. W. C. Rucker, 

P. H. and M. H. S. 

42. A Case of Tropical Dysentery. By Contract Surg. Alfred Terry 

Short, U. S. A. 

43. Tubercular Adenitis, with Marked Involvement of the Pancreas 

By Ass't Surg. W. J. Zalesky, U. S. N. 

44. Fracture of the Radial Head. By Surg. Charles Edward Banks, 

P H. and M. H. S. 

45. Some Experiences in Emergency Surgery. By Capt. Robert Eddy 

Bell, M. V. M. 

46. Report of Surgical Cases. By Capt. James Brew, N. G., Tennessee. 

47. Treatment of Upward Dislocation of the Acromial End of the Clav- 

icle in the Tropics. By Maj Peter R. Egan, U. S. A. 

48. A Chest Wound by Krag Rifle at Fifty Yards. By Maj. George H. 

Halberstadt, N. G , Pennsylvania. 

49. Report of a Case of Acute Rheumatic Fever, as treated by John 

O'Connor, M.A., M.D., by his Surgical Treatment for Acute Artic- 
ular Rheumatism. By P. A. Surg. J. Benjamin Dennis, U. S. N. . 



48 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPOET. [Jan. 

50. X-Ray in Military Surgery. By Lieut. Harry Hall Hartung, M. V. M. 

51. A Case of Perforating Gunshot Wound of the Stomach, — Operation, 

Recovery. By Dr. Charles B. Mittlestaedt, U. S. A. 

52. Removal of Bullets lodged in the Spheno-M axillary Fossa. By P. A. 

Surg. Lewis Stephen Pilcher, U. S. N. 

53. A Surgical Experience after a Venezuelan Battle. By Surg. James 

Chambers Pry or, U. S. N. 

54. The Operation for Radical Cure of Congenital Inguinal Hernia. By 

P. A. Surg. A. C. Smith, P. H. and M. H. S. 

55. The Treatment of Abdominal Injuries, with Special Reference to 

Gunshot Wounds of the Liver. By Col. J. E. Summers, Jr., N. G., 
Nebraska. 

56. Gunshot Wounds of the Ureter, — Two Cases of Uretero-Vesical 

Anastomosis. By Ass't Surg. Gen. George Tully Vaughan, P. H. 
and M. H. S. 

57. Tetany and Foreign Bodies in the Stomach. By Capt James P. 

Warbassee, N. G., New York. 

58. Remarks on the Clinical Aspects of Cavite Fever. By Medical 

Director Remus Charles Persons, U. S. N. 

59. First Aid to the Wounded in Naval Battles. By Don Juan Redondo 

y Godino, Spanish navy. 

60. First Aid in Naval Warfare. By Medical Director John C. Wise, 

U. S. N. 

61. The Need and Advantages of a Permanent International Congress 

of Military Surgeons. By Col. Nicholas Senn, Surgeon General, 
Illinois. 

62. The Field Hospital for Use with Cavalry. By Lieut. John Ryan 

Devereux, U. S. A. 

63. The Ambulatory Treatment of Fractures of the Lower Extremity. 

By Lieut. W. A. Kuflewski, I. N. G. 

64. Tetanus. By Dr. Vernon MacCammon, U. S. A. 

Board of Medical Officers. — .From Jan. 1 to May 1, 1904, Lieut. 
Col. Otis H. Marion, president; remainder of year 1904, Lieut. 
Col. Chas. C. Foster, president. Maj. Howard S. Dearing, 
recorder. Lieut. John W. Cummin, acting recorder from June 22 
to end of year. 

Number of meetings during the year 1904, 18 

Number of examinations by this Board, medical officers, . . 9 

Number of examinations by this Board, other officers, . . .115 
Number rejected, 3 

The duties of this Board have increased very much, since it has 
to give a physical examination to every commissioned officer of 
the State before he can take a mental examination or be assigned 
to duty. The Board has also to examine all medical officers. 
Having myself been a member of this Board for twenty-one years, 



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and knowing its duties, I am convinced that its members should 
have increased pay for the service rendered. 

Physical Examination of Recruits. — This important feature of 
our service should be most carefully and conscientiously attended 
to, as it is a safeguard of the State military strength ; therefore, 
I urge the surgeons to be very careful and thorough in their exam- 
inations of recruits, remembering that a man physically unsound 
weakens an organization, and creates unnecessary expense to the 
State. 

Medical Officers, Personnel. — Commissioned : rank of brigadier 
general and surgeon general, M. V. M., Otis H. Marion ; rank of 
major and surgeon, Sixth Regiment Infantry, M. V. M., Joseph 
S. Hart; rank of major and surgeon, Fifth Regiment Infantry, 
M. Y. M., Francis Magurn ; rank of captain and assistant surgeon, 
Eighth Regiment Infantry, M. V. M., Charles S. Butler; rank of 
captain and assistant surgeon, Fifth Regiment Infantry, M. V. M., 
Henry L. Dearing ; rank of captain and assistant surgeon, Sixth 
Regiment Infantry, M. V. M., William N. Decker; rank of first 
lieutenant and assistant surgeon, Ninth Regiment Infantry, 
M. V. M., Patrick F. Butler ; rank of first lieutenant and assistant 
surgeon, Sixth Regiment Infantry, M. V. M., Eustace L. Fiske ; 
rank of first lieutenant and assistant surgeon, Eighth Regiment 
Infantry, M. V. M., Peer P. Johnson ; rank of first lieutenant and 
assistant surgeon, Fifth Regiment Infantry, M. V. M., Charles H. 
Keene. Resigned : major and surgeon, Fifth Regiment Infantry, 
M. V. M., Charles W. Galloupe ; captain and assistant surgeon, 
Sixth Regiment Infantry, M. V. M., Herman W. Gross. Retired : 
rank of major general, brigadier general and surgeon general, 
Robt. A. Blood. 

Number of details of Brig. Gen. Otis H. Marion, surgeon 
general, on staff of Commander-in-Chief, 17. 



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Inspections of Camps. — These were made at the regular tours 
of duty of the various organizations, except that part of the Sec- 
ond Brigade which performed its tour of duty at Manassas, Va., 
and which is covered by the appended reports of senior medical 
officers of the brigade. 



First Brigade camp, South Framingham, June 11 to 18, 1904: — 

Policing of camp and quarters, ...... Excellent. 

( condition, quality and quantity, .... Excellent. 

' I cooking and serving, Good. 

Sinks, condition, Good. 

Stables, Good. 

Building, condition, Fair. 

Veterinary hospital, condition, Excellent. 

Brigade hospital, condition, Excellent. 

Water, from Framingham supply, Excellent, 

Bathing facilities, bath house, Inadequate. 

Medical and surgical equipment, condition, . . . Good. 
Uniforms and equipment of medical officers, correct con- 
dition, Good. 

Reports, books and forms, manner of keeping, . . . Fair. 



First Regiment Heavy Artillery, Fort Rodman, July 9 to 

Policing of camp and quarters, . . . . . 

^ . c condition, quality and quantity 

Food, { a - 

( cooking and serving, 

Sinks, tide water, 

("on account of clay soil about these places, 

„_ , s water could not drain off, therefore 

W a^li places / 

' ^ muddy and unsightly, condition, 

Medical and surgical equipment, condition, 
Uniforms and equipment of medical officers, correct con- 
dition, 

Reports, books and forms, manner of keeping, . 
Bathing facilities, salt water, ocean, 



16,1904:- 
Good. 

Excellent. 

Good. 

Excellent. 



Poor. 
Good. 

Good. 
Fair. 

Excellent. 



First Corps Cadets, camp at Hingham, July 9 to 16, 1904: — 



Food, 



Policing of camp and quarters, . 

condition, quality and quantity. 

cooking and serving, 

Sinks, condition, 

Water, 

Bathing facilities, salt water, 

o 7 ' 

Uniforms and equipment of medical officers, correct 

dition, 

Reports, books and forms, manner of keeping, 
Buildings, condition, 



con 



Excellent. 

Good. 

Excellent. 

Excellent. 

Excellent. 

Good. 

Excellent. 
Excellent. 
Excellent. 



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Second Corps Cadets, camp at Boxford, July 16 to 23, 1904 : — 

Policing of camp and quarters, Excellent. 

_ , ( condition, quality and quantity, .... Good. 

' ( cooking and serving, ...... Good. 

Sinks, condition, . . . Good. . 

Water, driven wells, Excellent. 

Bathing facilities, fresh-water pond, ..... Excellent. 
Medical and surgical equipment, condition, . . . Good. 
Uniforms and equipment of medical officers, correct con- 
dition, Excellent, 

Building, condition, Good. 

Reports, books and forms, manner of keeping, . . . Good. 



First Battalion of Cavalry, camp at Framingham, July 16 to 23, 
1904: — 

Policing of camp and quarters, Good. 

Sinks, condition, Good. 

Medical and surgical equipment, condition, . . . Good. 
Uniforms and equipment of medical officers, correct con- 
dition, Good. 

Reports, books and forms, manner of keeping, . . . Fair. 

Food, water and buildings, same as brigade camp, . . Good. 

Bathing facilities, bath house, ...... Inadequate. 

Stables, condition, Good. 



Ambulance Corps, as a whole, camped at Framingham. June 11 to 



18, 1904 : — 

Work: performed, ordered and original, such as improvised 

splints, dressing and transportation, 
Policing of camp and quarters, . 

Discipline, 

Equipment, condition, 

Books, reports and forms, manner of keeping, 



Excellent. 

Excellent. 

Good. 

Good. 

Fair. 



The corps did an extra day's duty on the day of the parade of 
the Grand Army of the Republic, August 16. Their work was 
efficient, and showed an intelligence which comes only with study 
and practice. 

Veterinary Department. — This department is in charge of two 
able veterinary surgeons. It is one of the most important factors 
of a military force, especially when horses are used, for it not 
only renders comfort and mercy to the dumb animal, but protects 
the State, by a careful "examination of every horse before it is 
hired, and carefully looking after its condition while in service. 
As a result, the State has the use of better horses, with less 
liabilities. 



54 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

The veterinary hospital is ideal for a camp, and the manner in 
which it is kept reflects great credit on the surgeons on duty. 

Naval Brigade, camp at Fort Rodman, July 23 to 30, 1904 : — 

Policing of camp and quarters, Excellent. 

Q condition, quality and quantity, . . . . Good. 

.i.' ( cooking and serving, Good. 

Sinks, tide water, condition, Excellent. 

~ , . /'on account of clay soil about these places, 

Cook houses, \ . . n * . «, 

___ . . < the waste water could not drain on, con- 

Wash places, ) . 

v. dition, therefore, only 

Medical and surgical equipment, condition, 

Uniforms and equipment of medical officers, condition, 

Reports, books and forms, manner of keeping, . 

Bathing facilities, salt water, ocean, .... 

Water supply from city, pipes rusty. 



Fair. 
Good. 

Excellent. 

Good. 

Excellent. 



Rations for Tioops. — The discussions of and experimentation 
with food for Massachusetts troops during the last twenty years 
or more has evolved a very satisfactory, substantial and economical 
ration, under the present system, costing the State about 38 cents 
per man per day. If extended field manoeuvres in distant parts 
of the country are to be participated in by the Massachusetts 
troops, new travel and field rations should be considered, with 
different methods of serving the same. The amount of meat and 
food products served to troops in summer camps should be more 
carefully considered, especially in reference to fuel value and 
energy-producing power, if the troops are to be put in the best 
possible condition. 

The medical, surgical and hospital equipment of the Massachu- 
setts Volunteer Militia is tabulated and on file at this office for 
inspection and comparison. The space required for printing the 
same seems an unnecessary expense, and of not much value, since 
the items are practically the same each year. 

The hospital furniture has been repaired and painted, also 
ambulance painte.d and varnished, in the past few months. The 
storehouse at Framingham has been altered so that the hospital 
property is in sections, therefore making it much more convenient 
to issue. A storeroom at the State House has been secured, where 
all medical and surgical supplies are stored. Formerly this prop- 
erty was kept in the Surgeon General's office ; since its removal 
the office has been painted and decorated, the furniture polished, 
and such other repairs as were needed have been made, making 
the office very attractive. 

A new card system, new form of books for the Board of Medical 



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Examiners, together with other plans that will be of advantage to 
the service, have been adopted. 

I hope at an early date to see the complete medical, surgical 
and hospital equipment of the United States Army introduced into 
the Massachusetts Volunteer Militia. This is important for the 
highest aims of the medical staff and the most efficient service to 
the troops. 

State Camp Grounds and Buildings. — From a hygienic and 
sanitary point of view, these are gradually getting worse year by 
year, especially the grounds about the sinks, stable and wash 
places. This is a natural consequence, and cannot be remedied 
under the present conditions. The buildings show the ravishes of 
time and use, but by constant repair can be kept in a habitable 
condition. 

Two years ago a Board of Medical Officers was appointed to 
consider the water supply for the State camp grounds. On their 
recommendation, water is taken from the town of Framingham 
supply, which proves to be good and sufficient. 

The next important question to consider is a sewerage system, 
to replace the old-time sinks, which from their decayed condition 
allow the deleterious matters to percolate into the surrounding 
soil. 

Library. — The library in the Surgeon General's office is, at 
present, very meagre. It is my plan to add to it gradually, as 
the appropriation will permit, such scientific books on camp sanita- 
tion, hygiene, inspection of food and water, military surgery and 
medicine, and such other books, as will give our medical staff the 
latest and most scientific knowledge of their profession, which I 
hope they will freely consult. 

School for Medical Officers. — A school was held at the South 
Armory, December 20, at which the Surgeon General presided. 
There were present 22 medical officers, together with other officers, 
who listened to the following papers, on subjects assigned by the 
Surgeon General : — 

1. What the Manoeuvres at Manassas demonstrated to the Medical Offi- 

cer of the National Guard. By Lieut. Col. Charles C. Foster. 

2. Is the Blanket Roll Satisfactory, from a Utility and Hygienic Point 

of View, or can Something Better be devised? By Maj. Thomas 
L. Jenkins. 

3. Should Troops be equipped with a Regulation Shoe? Does the 

Trouble lie with the Shoe or the Stocking, in making Sore Feet? 
By Capt. James E. McGourty. 

4. Rations for Field, Travel and Barracks ; Best Kind for Each Service ; 

Best Mode for serving the same. By Maj. Francis Magurn. 



56 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

5. Should the Standard for the Physical Examination of Officers and 

Recruits in the Massachusetts Volunteer Militia be raised, if 
Troops are to participate in U. S. Army Manoeuvres? By Maj. 
Howard S. Dearing. 

6. What are the Best Scientific Methods for the Preservation of Health 

of Troops in the Field ? By Lieut. John W. Cummin. 

7. Veterinary Sanitation. By Arthur W. May. ' 

8. Inspection of Meats and Food ; how to detect Good from Bad, etc. ; 

the Safest Process for preserving the same. By Maj. Joseph S. 
Hart. 

9. Method for Examination of Water, Milk and Food in the Field. By 

Lieut. A. G. Scoboria. 

10. Nutritive Value of Foods, — its Importance, in Relation to Cost, and 

the Greatest Possible Return in the Way of Force and Nutrition. 
By Maj. E. W. Gates. 

11. Preventive Therapeutics (Antitoxins). By Maj. John F. Harvey. 

12. The X-Ray in Military Surgery. By Lieut. H. H. Hartung. 

The policy of this office is to have two schools for medical 
officers each year, with papers on the most' modern research and 
scientific matters pertaining to medico-military work. 

Recommendations. — That the medical corps of the Massachu- 
setts Volunteer Militia be on the same basis as that of the United 
States Army and Navy. 

That there be attached to each regiment three hospital stewards, 
to conform with that of the United States Army. 

That there be two veterinary hospital stewards, to be assigned 
whenever needed. 

That the name of Ambulance Corps be changed to that of 
Hospital Corps, with increased numbers, out of which an ambu- 
lance company shall be formed. 

That two two-horse ambulances and one supply wagon, at least, 
be furnished for each brigade. Many States have an ambulance 
for each regiment ; in the United States Army the number is much 
larger. 

That, if the State is to continue to occupy the present camp 
grounds at Framingham, that part in rear of cook houses, together 
with a small parcel of swamp land, which the State could acquire, 
be graded, and a sewer system introduced to meet the demands of 
the entire camp, with a rearrangement of buildings. This being 
done would give the State a camp ground of about two hundred 
acres, centrally located, and very accessible. 

That Massachusetts adopt for the medical department of the 
Volunteer Militia the medical, surgical and hospital equipment 
as used in the United States Army, the importance of which is 
obvious, if National Guard and regular army are to manoeuvre 
together. 



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That a sanitary sergeant be appointed or detailed from each 
company, battery or troop, to act under the instructions of the 
commanding and medical officers. These sergeants shall be given 
instruction as to their duties by the surgeons during the winter 
months. 

That instruction on first aid to the injured be given by the sur- 
geons to the troops while in camp. 

There are several other important things to be suggested, if the 
camp grounds at Framingham are to be retained and improved. 

It gives me pleasure to note the pleasant relations existing 
between this department and the medical department of the United 
States Army and Navy, with which it is my desire to so co-operate 
that Massachusetts troops and the medical department may derive 
the greatest benefit from the councils and experiences of the army 
and navy surgeons. I believe the medical corps of Massachusetts 
is fully alive to the requirements set before it, and I commend to 
Your Excellency's attention the fidelity and intelligence with which 
the surgeons discharge their duties. It is the aim of this depart- 
ment to so direct affairs as to bring about a condition of the high- 
est physical efficiency in the militia, and to so influence officers 
and men in the matter of hygiene and camp sanitation that in case 
of emergency or war the transition from civilian life to that of 
the soldier would be easy, and with that intelligence that would 
lead men to adapt themselves to the change without injury to them- 
selves. In furtherance of this, I cannot too stronglv urge upon the 
surgeons the importance of frequent talks to officers and men on 
hygiene and sanitation, ever remembering that vigilance is an 
imperative necessity for keeping camp grounds in such a condition 
as to cut off the sources of filth from which disease springs, and 
to cause an entire immunity from all bacterial influences. 

To the medical staff let me extend my appreciation for their 
cheerful co-operation and honest endeavor to do their duty. To 
all others in office, with whom it has been my pleasure and duty 
to come in contact and to serve, I cheerfully and sincerely extend 
my thanks and appreciation for every kindness and consideration. 

To Your Excellency I most gratefully tender my sincere thanks 
for the honor and privilege of serving you and the Commonwealth 
of Massachusetts. 

I am, sir, very respectfully, your most obedient servant, 

OTIS H. MARION, 

Surgeon General. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'- REPORT. Mai 



EEPOETS 01 MEI'ICAL OiTICEBS. 



HKATHjV ... KH IBS Sfi ESI BRIGADE, M. V. N 

Bostok, Mass., Sept. 12, 19M. 
Brig. Gen. Otis H . Ma: - rgeon- General. 

v : — I have the honor to present the following medical report 
on the tour of duty just completed at Manassas. 

? Fe arrived on September 4, and fonnd water piped to various 
camp grounds, a number of shower baths : 3 e , s i d ks 

The sinks were treated with lime and burned out several times a 
the fuel being straw sprinkled with crude petroleum; this 
system worked well. The . though in other respects whole- 

some, carried so much lime as to cause a great deal of diarrhoea. 
Aw from the main camps water was ery scarce, and often bad. 
A time of drought made it even scarcer than usual. One good 
result : this was that there were practically no mosqu it je - in any 
part of the region, that 1 s ; ~ . The weathei was excellent; hot, 
but no more so than usual, and dry, with cold nights. I h eard of 
no cases of sunstroke, and do not believe any occurred. 

The physique of the Massachusetts troops appeared to be equal 
at of those from any other State ; and certainly their 
discipline, marching and general efficiency were of the best. 

T_t — w;..; very ha: ". During the frst day's battle 

a nunrher o: -su; :: rsitious " :ases were tugged and sent to the 
rear, but later there were plenty of genuine cases, ranging iron: 
:Vii te:i h : : :s t : sim:: ie exn istion, At the end o: the weeh nuany 
me - feet were not only blistered, but badl braise 3 by the stony 
road- v oes for such work should have thick sole s . 

A tain number of accidents occurred, but T rery little serious 
illness. (xastro-enteritis of varying severity was frequent. 

During the fisrh ting, those regiments which ; nied hard-tack. 

canned beef and coffee in their h: ska ; red better than those 

which trird to have i rations sent out to then:. Owing to 

rowcled : the road, these often failed to reach the troops 

On September " I was attached to Field Hospital No. 4. com- 
manded by Captain Dutcher, which was cha _ the work on 



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the southern half of General Bell's front, a distance of about three 
miles. ^VVe moved from the main camp, and established ouisel .- 
about one and one-half miles west of the Carolina road. The l 
morning at 4 o'clock we left the hospital, and established four 
ambulance stations along the Carolina road, between Buckland and 
Haymarket, the fighting line being about a mile farther east, and 

gned .vro ambulai eh station. Li: $ were sc 

to the front, and co-operated with the regimental squads in briii- 
ing the wounded be the rear. TL~- ••-.; -.-. 
the field hospital, and later the genuine cases sent on to the base 
hospital. In such a difficult and thickly wooded country 
hard for the wounded and the litter squads to find the ambulance 
st tions. I recommend thai ambulance carry a number of 

small tin arrows, and that the route from e _ cental aid 

station be marked by a few of these fastened to trees or fence 
at corners or other puzzling places. The wounded who can 
walk can follow these without guidance. The bes from ambu- 
lance stations to the field hospital might be similarly indicated. 

Host!/ at three o'clock. Next morning, on reaching 

the Carolina road at daylig : - ablish our stat: found 

that during the night the fighting line had fallen back to this point : 
it was therefore necessary : -\blish a new line of station - 
mile or more further back. Captain Dutcher had prepared for 
this by carefully scouting the country, picking out places for n 

nd determining the best routes to them, consequently 
he quickly had them in working order. At tie same time the 
e rater part of the field hospita id packed, in rea - 

irss to retire if necess :y. r_ri : U : ire \ anothr ? work like 

the fiisfl 

During the second battle there were far more stra e ^ lei b than in 
the first one, and when it was over. General Bell had the wo: is 
scouted for missing men, of whom a number were brought in. 

The base hospital was . tfa oroughly and conveniently equipped. 
The stores for the dispensary are packed in thirty-five boxes of 
uniform size, carefully mark 1 as ft rhese en at .he 

front, and can be stacked one above another at the side of the 
tent, making a set of cupboards. The contents re in uniform 
card-board containers. The whole outfit is mos: serviceable and 
portable. This hospital is well equipped for operatic i- 

The work was undoubtedly too hard for men just from their 
home life, though with a week's preliminary trainiii they ;:uld 
have done it far more easily. General Bell fully realized this. 

In actual service svezy man should carry a first-aid r. ackage 
and every regimental aid station should have a numbf It should 



60 ADJUTAOT GEXEEAL'S KEPORT. "Jan. 

also have beef extract and a tin pail, so that hot beef tea conld 
be ready for the wounded. 

I was unable to compare our equipment or cooking with those 
of other States. 

On the railroad journey the men could have been far more com- 
fortable if the allowance of one section to two men had been 
insisted upon, and if they had been supplied with hot food and 
coffee, instead of cold. This can be easily done. A baggage car 
containing the rations can be put in the middle of the train, and 
in it an army range can be set up. The beef should be supplied 
for the journey in the form of canned corned-beef hash. This and 
the canned beans can be easily warmed at meal times, and in the 
intervals coffee for the next meal can be made and kept hot in 
large non-conducting tins. Cold food grows absolutely nauseat- 
ing and indigestible as a steady diet : and if railroad restaurants 
are depended upon, the men will invariably miss some meals alto- 
gether and wait half a day for others. 

I will forward the report of the regimental medical officers as 
soon as received. 

Very respectfully. 

Charles C. Foster. 
Medico.! Director. Second Brigade, 31. V. 31. 



EEAtorASiEEj First Brigade. South armory. 
Boston, Mass.. July 10. 1904. 

Brig. Gen. Otis H. Marion - teral, 31. V. 31. 

Sir : — Herewith I respectfully submit my report of the medical 
department for the tour of duty of the First Brigade. M. V. M., 
at South Framingham. State camp grounds. June 11 to 18, inclu- 
sive. 1904 

In accordance with the wishes of General Mathews, I arrived in 
camp on the morning of June 10. twenty-four hours in advance of 
the troops, when only the camping details of the various organiza- 
tions were present. An inspection of the entire camp was made, 
and so far as possible everything was put in readiness, from a 
sanitary point of view, for the commands composing the brigade. 
The troops came on the field in splendid condition, and with no 
reports of accidents. 

According to orders, the surgeons of the different organizations 
rted promptly on arrival, and were advised regarding certain 
particulars relating to the tour of duty. They were requested, as 
jested by you. to give lectures on first aid to the injured one- 
half hour each day for four days, as could best be arranged by 



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their commanding officers, to the soldiers of their regiments. In 
only one instance was any report made of this duty perform- . 
viz., by Major Gates of the Second. 

The weather was exceptionally fine for the entire week. T_r 
sanitary conditions of the camp were excellent at all tim — 

All the surgeons understood their duties thoroughly, and irere 
most careful and painstaking in the discharge of all their duti— . 
=o vital to the health and comfort of the men. Each merits a well- 
deserved compliment. 

The sinks were cared for by men in the employ of the State, 
and, by means of earth coverings and unslacked lime, were ke I 
in as good condition as this system allowed. Before they are he 
again, however, they should receive a careful overhaulin^- 

The system of policing introduced by you was carried out as far 
as practicable, and it worked admirably. The sanitary serge: n : 
appointed in each company was made responsible for the policing of 
his company's quarters. The idea, also, of having all the policing 
details report at the bugle call under their various officers of the da 
and at the command ••Forward" having all start simultaneously 
and sweep the whole camp from front to rear at one time, resulted 
very well. Much improvement can be made by having the office:: 
and men better posted on the details of this particular duty in the 
future. 

A laily inspection of camp was made, and all details carefully 
looked after. The water wi -factory: the food sufficient in 

quantity, well cooked and well served. 

In general, the camp was a clean one, but there were some minor 
points one can always criticise. One thing leaerres a T?ial 
mention. — the ice boxes. Some of them were very filthy, :\nd 
ought to be condemned and burned. It would entail but trifling 
expense on the treasury of each company to require them to pro- 
vide a suitable ice chest, as is done by some of the compan iee 
This should be carefully looked after before another annual tour 
of duty. 

All the criticisms and recommendations made by :_r sirgeons 
in their respective reports are heartily endorsed. Particular atten- 
tion is called to that of Maj. Joseph S. Hart of the Sixth Regiment. 
The health of the brigade was exceptionally good, as will be 
seen by a glance at the consolidated report which accompanies this 
report. It is noteworthy that Major Harvey of Firs: Battalion 
Light Artillery reports •• no sickness for the entire tour of duty 

Only three accidents of any special consequence occurred. The 
details regarding two of them have been forwarded to your office : 
the third concerned a servant connected with brigade headquarte. s , 



62 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



It was not considered serious, as it consisted only of a bruise on 
the back of the right hand ; still, a full account of it was kept in 
the morning report. 

Herewith are appended the reports from the four commands 
composing the brigade, and each is considered a part of this 
report. 

The many courtesies extended to me by General Mathews and 
all the other officers of the brigade, which are hereby most grate- 
fully acknowledged, tended to make the tour of duty a most pleas- 
ant and agreeable one. 

I have the honor to be }~our obedient servant, 

Howard S. Dearing, 

Major and Surgeon, Acting Medical Director, 

First Brigade, M. V. M. 



Consolidated Sick Report, First Brigade, M. V. M., at South Framingham, 

June 18, 1904. 



ORGANIZATIONS. 


In 
Quarters. 


In 
Regiment 
Hospital. 


Returned 

to 

Duty. 


South 
Framing- 
ham 
Hospital. 


Remarks. 


Brigade staff 

Second Regiment, . 

Sixth Regiment, 

First Battalion Light Artillery, 

Troop F, Cavalry, . 

Ambulance Corps, . 

Signal Corps, .... 


10 
19 

2 


i i-i i i i i i 


11 

18 

2 


1 


Fracture of malar 
bone. 




31 


1 


31 


1 





H. S. Dearing, 

Surgeon, Acting Medical Director. 



Headquarters First Regiment Heavy Artillery, M. V. M., 
Boston, Dec. 6, 1904. 

Brig. Gen. Otis II. Marion, Surgeon General, Massachusetts. 

Sir : — I have the honor to submit herewith my report of the 
tour of duty performed with the First Heavy Artillery at Fort 
Rodman, New Bedford, in the year 1904. 

The regiment was divided into two sections, one consisting of 



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batteries D, F, G, H, I and K, the other of batteries A, B, C, E, 
L and M. To the first, which was on duty from July 9 to 16, 
there were assigned the surgeon and Lieut. Jos. C. Stedman, 
assistant surgeon ; to the second, serving from July 16 to 23, there 
was assigned Capt. W. A. Bolfe, assistant surgeon. His report 
accompanies this one, and is included in it. 

On the trains to and from Fort Rodman one or more of the 
medical officers always accompanied the troops. The whole tour 
was remarkably free from accident and disease. There were a 
few minor injuries, incident to sports and bathing, that required 
attention, and that was about all. A detailed list and description 
of every single case coming to the attention of the surgeons will 
be found in the prescription journal. Many of the soldiers suf- 
fered injuries to the soles of their feet and toes from the barnacles 
which cover the rocks on the shore. Their wounds became very 
troublesome and painful, apparently from the poison of the crus- 
tacean, unless they were dressed early and carefully with some 
antiseptic dressing. In the future, bathers should provide them- 
selves with cheap bathing slippers. 

The weather was practically perfect. A cool breeze from the 
south-west every day kept a good even temperature all the time, 
and prevented any interference with drills on account of the heat. 
We had no rain of any consequence for the entire first week. The 
sinks had an ideal location, from a sanitary point of view, on the 
sea wall, convenient to quarters, and they were flooded with every 
tide, thereby removing every objectionable feature. 

The policing was well done, and the camp presented at all times 
a neat appearance. The only trouble we had was in keeping the 
area back of the cook houses in proper shape. Some more efficient 
means should have been provided for disposing of the waste water, 
especially when the camp was to be used for several weeks in suc- 
cession, as this one was. 

The facilities for bathing were excellent, the water being at a 
good temperature all the time, and they were improved by most of 
the officers and men. 

The camp was inspected officially every morning, and every 
detail relating to the health and comfort of the troops carefully 
looked after. 

The recommendations of Captain Rolfe, relating to hospital 
stewards, are heartily endorsed. 

The hospital tents proved to be very useful, and the comforts 
provided were much appreciated by several patients who required 
better shelter and care than their quarters afforded. The medical 
supplies were good and abundant. 



64 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

At the close of my assignment all the hospital property was 
turned over to Capt. W. A. Rolfe, on the usual forms, and his 
receipts taken for the same. 

I have the honor to be your obedient servant, 

Howard S. Dearing, 

Major and Surgeon. 

Headquarters First Regiment Heavy Artillery, M. V. M., 
Boston, Dec. 5, 1904. 

Maj. Howard S. Dearing-, Surgeon, First Regiment Heavy Artillery, 

M. V. M. 

Sir : — I have the honor to submit my report of the tour of duty 
of batteries A, B, C, E, L and M, First Heavy Artillery, at Fort 
Rodman, New Bedford, July 16 to 23 inclusive, to which I was 
assigned as medical officer. 

The tour was marked by good weather, with the exception of 
the last day, Saturday, July 23, when a severe rain and wind 
storm struck the camp. The health of the command was excel- 
lent, there being no cases of sickness. Numerous cases of minor 
injuries occurred, due almost without exception to ball playing. 

The quality of the drinking water was good, and the supply was 
derived from the city of New Bedford, pipes being laid from adja- 
cent mains to the camp. The sanitary arrangements were excel- 
lent, and required little care, as the sinks were built over the sea 
wall, the ebb and flow of the tide washing away all fecal matter. 
The food was simple, good and well cooked, and the mess houses 
were at all times clean and well policed. 

At the completion of the tour of duty all medical and hospital 
property was turned over to the medical officer of the Naval Bri- 
gade, M. V. M., and his receipt for same received. 

I recommend that there be three hospital stewards appointed, 
one to serve with each battalion of the regiment. 
Very respectfully, your obedient servant, 

Wm. A. Rolfe, 
Captain and Assistant Surgeon, 
First Regiment Heavy Artillery, M. V. M. 



Headquarters First Corps Cadets, M. V. M., 
Boston, July 18, 1904. 

Brig. Gen. Otis H. Marion, Surgeon General of Massachusetts. 

General : — I have the honor to report on the medical depart- 
ment of the First Corps of Cadets, M. V. M., for the tour of duty 
in camp at Hingham, ending Saturday, July 16, 1904. 

Leaving its armory in Boston about 5.10 p.m., on Friday, July 



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8, the corps reached camp at 6.20 p.m., and immediately took up 
the routine of duty prescribed in standing orders. For the first 
time in several years the personnel of the medical staff was com- 
plete, and every member was present for duty. Private Binney 
of Company A, who was detailed to serve as acting hospital 
steward at the camp of 1903, received his warrant this year; and 
Lieutenant Cheever, who was absent on leave last camp, had re- 
turned to duty early in the year. 

The weather during camp was excellent, as will be seen by the 
meteorological record taken by Lieutenant Cheever, a copy of 
which is enclosed. The extreme limits of temperature were 83° 
and 54°. There was a light rain in the early morning of July 10, 
and a precipitation of .03 inch between 5.15 a.m. and 11.10 a.m. 
on July 13 ; but no duty was interfered with except the ceremony 
of guard mounting, on July 13. 

Between 10 a.m. July 12 and 3 p.m. July 13 the corps, with the 
exception of the guard, was on out-post duty about six miles from 
camp. Assistant Surgeon Cheever and Hospital Steward Binney 
accompanied the corps. There were no cases of sickness, and no 
casualties beyond a few blistered feet and two cases of ivy poisoning. 

The health of the corps was excellent throughout camp. Two 
men were in hospital over night, with gastro-intestinal disturbance 
and fatigue ; one man was on crutches, with synovitis ; and one 
man sustained a contusion at the building of the pontoon bridge, 
which kept him in quarters for two days. There were a few cases 
of minor ailments, but the excuses from duty were very few. 

As in the last five years, the command subsisted on the garrison 
ration of the army. The food was excellent in quality, and was 
well cooked. The commissary department is entitled to great 
credit for highly successful administration. 

Accompanied by the officer of the day and by the quartermaster, 
the surgeon made a thorough sanitary inspection of the camp every 
morning at 10 o'clock. Especial attention was paid to the kitchen, 
bath houses, servants' quarters and sinks. The latter were satis- 
factorily disinfected with earth, sulphate of iron and crude car- 
bolic acid. 

The condition of the creek on the north-west of the camp ground 
I believe to be a menace to the health of the corps. At my request 
an agent of the State Board of Health inspected the creek on Fri- 
day, July 15, and agreed with me that measures should be adopted 
to remove the existing nuisance, to which I called your attention 
at your official inspection on July 14. 

I have the honor to be, very respectfully, your obedient servant, 

Charles M. Green, 

Major and Surgeon. 



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68 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

Headquarters Second Corps Cadets, Aug. 1, 1904. 
Brig. Gen. Otis H. Marion, 

General : — I have the honor to submit the following report of 
the medical department of the Second Corps Cadets, M. V. M., 
for the tour of duty performed at Boxford, July 16 to 23, inclusive. 

The command left Salem by special train, and arrived at the 
camp grounds at the appointed hour. The work of pitching camp 
was promptly completed. Immediately the routine work prescribed 
by the commanding officer was taken up and continued without 
any interruption throughout the tour of duty. 

The weather on the whole was unusually warm, and the men 
were repeatedly cautioned about the dangers of heat stroke, and 
instructed to seek relief at the first symptoms of that malady. 

The health of the command was good. We had the usual num- 
ber of digestive disturbances, vomiting, diarrhoea and constipation, 
due to change of environment, and some of the men coming to 
camp not feeling quite up to the mark. There were four cases of 
heat exhaustion treated at the hospital. 

During the tour practical talks were given to officers and men 
by the surgeon and assistant surgeon on the subject of disease 
germs, their methods of getting into the system and producing 
disease, and our methods of opposing them ; on heat stroke, uncon- 
sciousness; on bullets, bullet wounds ; application of the first-aid 
package ; and the transportation of the wounded. These talks 
were instructive in character, and both officers and men expressed 
themselves as interested. 

The sanitation of the camp was well-nigh perfect. The sinks, 

cook houses, tents and surroundings were kept in the usual cleanly 

condition. Precautions were taken to deodorize the sinks. The 

food was simple, ample in quantity, well cooked and satisfactory. 

I have the honor to be, very respectfully, 

J. William Voss, 

Major and Surgeon, M. V. M. 



Headquarters Naval Brigade, M. V. M., 
Fall River, Mass., Sept. 1, 1904. 

Brig. Gen. Otis H. Marion, Surgeon General, M. V. M. 

Sir: — I have the honor to submit a report of the medical 
department, Naval Brigade, M. V. M., for the tour of duty, July 
23 to 30, 1904, inclusive. 

The tour was held at " Camp Long," Fort Rodman, New Bed- 
ford, the brigade taking the camp just vacated by a battalion of 
the First Regiment Heavy Artillery, M. V. M. 



1905.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 69 

Three days, including the first, were rainy. 

Daily inspections of all sanitary arrangements, cook houses and 
mess tents were made, and disinfectants freely used when neces- 
sary. Owing to the clayey character of the soil there was a good 
deal of surface water in the rear of the cook houses, which was 
remedied in part by dumping dry sand and sawdust in these pools. 

The sinks were located this year on the sea wall at the extreme 
southern end of the reservation, and occasioned little or no trouble, 
since the tide carried all the excreta out to sea. 

The health of the camp was generally good. There were the 
usual number of cases of abdominal cramps with diarrhoea, which 
responded promptly to treatment. I attribute these cases more to 
exposure, to which many of the men were unaccustomed, than to 
the drinking water. Spring water was furnished in carboys. The 
city water seemed to be rusty or muddy to such an extent as to 
render it unfit for drinking purposes. There were also a few 
minor cases of injuries, sprains, cuts and bruises. 

The swimming contests and boat races were in charge of medical 
officers. A division was sent to sea each day on the U. S. S. 
" Dixie," for target practice, and a medical officer and bayman 
with emergency kit accompanied each. 

The number of sick in the hospital tents steadily diminished as 
the tour progressed, and I make no doubt had the tour lasted 
another two weeks, so that the men could become acclimated, the 
hospital cases, would have been reduced to the minimum. 

I would recommend that if possible at least a week should inter- 
vene between camps of two organizations, where it is intended to 
use the same tents and streets. Many of the streets occupied by 
our men were converted into seas of mud, through the rain and 
constant tracking by their predecessors. If the turf had had a 
chance to harden, it would, I think, shed or absorb the surface 
water better. 

Respectfully, 

S. Virgil Merritt, 
Lieutenant Commander and Surgeon, Naval Brigade. 



70 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



REPORT OF THE COMMISSARY GENERAL. 



Commissakt Gexerae's Office, Boston, Dec. 12, 1904. 
Brig. Gen. Samuel Daltox, Adjutant General, Massachusetts. 

Sir : — I have the honor to submit the report of the subsistence 
department for the year ending Dec. 31, 1904. 

Commissary General F. W. Wellington was retired as brigadier 
general on Jan. 15, 1904, and the present chief of the department 
was appointed on Jan. 16, 1904, under General Orders, No. 4, 
A. G. O., current series. 

The work of the department during the past year has been 
carried on on very nearly the same lines as those established by 
my predecessor, and with satisfactory results so far as furnishing 
subsistence to the troops at a minimum expense ; but, while the 
blanks that have been used are a great improvement over the 
earlier blanks, at the same time we are not receiving the informa- 
tion and education we should, and I strongly recommend the use 
of blanks as now used in the United States Army. Some modifi- 
cation would have to be made, as we are confronted with a condi- 
tion the army does not have to meet, — guests at company messes. 
This department another year should use the blanks as now used 
by the army, and schools for all company commanders as well as 
commissary officers should be held. Officers of the subsistence 
department of the army have already signified their willingness 
and pleasure to assist us in this most important matter, realizing, 
as they do, that the subsistence department must be, when the 
necessity arises, in a strong position, with every one fully under- 
standing its work, in order that the fighting force shall be in the 
best possible condition. 

Rations were issued, as in years past, directly by me at the en- 
campments of the First Brigade, South Framingham, June 11 to 
June 18 ; and First Heavy Artillery, July 9 to 23, at Fort Rodman, 
Mass. ; and rations issued under my authority at encampment of 
the Naval Brigade, Fort Rodman, Mass., July 23 to July 30 ; First 
Corps of Cadets, Hingham, Mass., July 9 to July 16 ; Second 
Corps of Cadets, Boxford, Mass., July 16 to July 23 ; and First 



1905.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 7. 71 

Battalion Cavalry, South Framingham, Mass., July 16 to July 23. 
The Second Brigade, with the exception of the First Battalion of 
Cavalry, took part with the United States troops in manoeuvres at 
Manassas ; their rations were furnished by the subsistence depart- 
ment, United States Army. 

The average cost of the ration was about 38 cents for all com- 
mands. This cost is made up on the basis of the mess bill, which 
I prepared before any of the encampments (all troops using the 
same mess bill), and figuring the cost of the various components 
on the basis of amount allowed by the United States Army ration 
tables. 

It is a well-established fact that fresh troops going into the field 
draw considerably more for the first few days than the ration table 
allows ; in reality, the issue for the first two or three days is con- 
siderably in excess of what the ration tables call for ; so the aver- 
age cost for a man for the entire tour of duty is somewhat more 
than the cost mentioned. The mess bill arranged for our camp 
work is the same as that for the army in garrison, with the addition 
of milk, butter and eggs. 

I take much pleasure in acknowledging with thanks the hearty 
co-operation of commanding officers. 

I am indebted to the Adjutant General for co-operation and 
advice. 

Respectfully, 

FRED. B. CARPENTER, 

Brigadier General and Commissary General. 



72 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



REPORT OF THE JUDGE ADVOCATE GENERAL. 



Judge Advocate General's Office, 
Boston, Dec. 15, 1904. 

.Brig. Gen. Samuel Dalton, Adjutant General, Boston. 

Sir : — I have the honor to make my report for the current year. 

Two general courts-martial were held during the year, and of 
the regimental courts held during the year, the proceedings in 
sixteen cases were referred to me for review, and upon all these 
several cases reports in writing have been made. I have given 
my opinions in writing upon the several matters pertaining to the 
government of the militia that have been referred to me for advice. 

Very respectfully, your obedient servant, 

HENRY S. DEWEY, 

Brigadier General and Judge Advocate General. 



1905.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — Xo. 7. 73 



REPORT OF BOARD OF MILITARY EXAMINERS. 



Office of the Examining Board for 

Officers of the Volunteer Militia, 

State House, Jan. 2, 1905. 

Brig. Gen. Samuel Dalton, Adjutant General. 

Sir: — I have the honor to report, in behalf of the Examining 
Board, that during the year 1904 the Board held 28 meetings and 
examined 128 officers. 

Of the 128 officers examined, 121 were passed as competent, 6 
failed to pass, being deemed incompetent, and 1 failed to reappear. 

During the year 8 officers have been passed conditionally ; of 
these, 6 passed as competent, 1 failed to pass, being deemed 
incompetent, and 1 failed to appear for re-examination. 

The Board has held several conferences with you, concerning 
the preparation of examination papers, under the provisions of the 
law of 1903. In view of the incomplete state of necessary text 
books, the Board has postponed, with your approval, the prepara- 
tion of said examination papers. 

All records and papers are complete to date. 

Very respectful^, 

WILLIAM A. BANCROFT, 

Major General (retired), President. 



74 ADJUTANT GENEKAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



REPORT OF THE INSPECTOR GENERAL OF RIFLE 

PRACTICE. 



Office of the Inspector General of Rifle Practice, 
State House, Boston, Dec. 31, 1904. 

Brig. GenT Samuel Dalton, Adjutant General. 

Sir : — I have the honor to submit the report of this department 
for the year ending Dec. 31, 1904. 

Orders and Circulars. 

The following orders and circulars relating to the department 
have been issued from the office of the Adjutant General during 
the year : — 

General Orders, No. 6, March 1, publishing rules and regula- 
tions for the government of rifle, carbine and revolver practice 
and competitions for the year 1904. 

General Orders, No. 9, May 2, paragraph XXI, referring to 
trigger pull and the use of strap as a sling. 

General Orders, No. 10, May 5, in relation to the selection of a 
State rifle team to compete for the national trophy. 

General Orders, No. 11, May 23, paragraph III, referring to 
certificate of expense on annual return of rifle practice. 

General Orders, No. 14, August 1, publishing the names of the 
officers and men selected to represent the Commonwealth in the 
competition for the national trophy at Fort Riley, Kan. 

General Orders, No. 16, September 12, publishing special duty 
details and regulations for State rifle and carbine competitions. 

General Orders, No. 19, December 16, publishing results of 
State, general, regimental and corps competitions for 1904. 

Circular, March 1, in regard to ribbon decorations. 

Circular, April 27, publishing assignment of targets at Walnut 
Hill. 

Circular, August 3, publishing bill of dress and details of tour 
of duty at Fort Riley, Kan. 

Efficiency. 
It was anticipated that the qualification work this year would 
suffer by comparison with the record of the past few years, on 
account of the change from the Springfield, calibre 45, to the new 



1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



75 



United States magazine rifle, calibre 30 (which was issued in Jan- 
uary) , especially as the latter arm is fitted with an open sight ; 
this, in contrast to the peep sight attached to the old Springfield 
rifle, seemed to be a serious hindrance to good shooting. Never- 
theless, the results have been surprisingly good, although of course 
there has been some falling off in the number of qualifications, 
largely due to the increased cost of ammunition and to the difficulty 
in obtaining it, rather than to the eccentricities of the new rifle. 
The following table summarizes the year's work : — 

Original qualifications, 2,690 

Requalifications, 2,225 

Efficients not requalifying, 483 

Total 5,398 



Marksmen of record in service Oct. 29, 1904, . 
Unqualified men in service Oct. 29, 1904, . 

Aggregate strength, subject to range work, 

Of the 447 unqualified men : — 

The general staff 1 returns . 
The First Brigade returns . 
The Second Brigade returns 
The Naval Brigade returns 
The First Corps Cadets returns 
The Second Corps Cadets returns 

The unqualified men in the First Brigade are : — 

From First Heavy Artillery, .... 
From Second Infantry, ..... 
From Sixth Infantry, 



The unqualified men in the Second Brigade are : — 



From Fifth Infantry, . 

From Eighth Infantry, 

From Ninth Infantry, 

From First Battalion Cavalry, . 



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First Regiment Heavy Artillery, Battery L, 
First Regiment Heavy Artillery, Battery C, 
First Regiment Heavy Artillery, Battery D, 
Fifth Regiment Infantry, Company M, 
Fifth Regiment Infantry, Company H, 



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ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Fifth Regiment Infantry, Company A, 
Fifth Regiment Infantry, Company I, 
Sixth Regiment Infantry, Company F, 
Sixth Regiment Infantry, Company G, 
Sixth Regiment Infantry, Company M, 
Eighth Regiment Infantry, Company L, 
Eighth Regiment Infantry, Company H, 
Eighth Regiment Infantry, Company F, 
Eighth Regiment Infantry, Company .VI, 
Eighth Regiment Infantry, Company A, 
Eighth Regiment Infantry, Company K, 
Eighth Regiment Infantry, Company E, 
Eighth Regiment Infantry, Company D, 
Ninth Regiment Infantry, Company F, 
Ninth Regiment Infantry, Company D, 
Ninth Regiment Infantry, Company C, 
Ninth Regiment Infantry, Company E, 
Ninth Regiment Infantry, Company I, 
Ninth Regiment Infantry, Company B, 
Ninth Regiment Infantry, Company H, 
Ninth Regiment Infantry, Company L, 
Second Corps Cadets, Company A, 
Second Corps Cadets, Company C, 
Naval Brigade, Company F, 
Naval Brigade, Company I, 
Naval Brigade, Company B, 



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Out of the 485 officers allowed by law, 75 failed to requalify. 
Although this is an improvement over last year's report, it must 
be said that any officer who does not attempt to qualify or re- 
qualify as a marksman is setting a very poor example to his men. 

Honorable Mention. 

The field and staff of the First and Second Brigades, and Troop 
F, unattached, return 100 percent, efficients. 

The First Battalion of Cavalry maintains the same high stand- 
ard of last year, returning but 1 unqualified man. 

Troop D again returns every officer and man a qualified marks- 
man ; only 1 failed to requalify. 

The Second Corps Cadets, although having labored under dis- 
couraging conditions the larger part of the year, finally obtained 
from the city government of Salem permission to use the new 
range of the Bay State Rifle Association, at Wakefield. This 
command reports a decided improvement in qualification work over 
1903, and, under the circumstances, much praise is to be given to 
Lieutenant Colonel Fitz and his officers for their efforts to make a 
creditable showing. 



1905.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 77 

The following companies, having the maximum legal enrollment, 
have qualified or requalified every officer and man : — 

First Heavy Artillery, batteries E and H. 
Second Regiment Infantry, companies D, F and G. 
Fifth Regiment Infantry, Company F. 
Sixth Regiment Infantry, companies A, B and D. 
Eighth Regiment Infantry, companies C and I. 
Ninth Regiment Infantry, Company A. 
First Corps Cadets, companies A (76 officers and men) and 
D (74 officers and men). 

The following companies, having less than the full legal enroll- 
ment, have qualified every officer and man : — 

First Heavy Artillery, batteries B and F. 

Second Regiment Infantry, companies B, C, E and I. 

Fifth Regiment Infantry, Company E. 

Sixth Regiment Infantry, companies C and K. 

Ninth Regiment Infantry, companies G, K and M. 

Naval Brigade, Company G. 

Second Corps Cadets, Company D (45 officers and men). 

Twenty-eight companies have qualified or requalified every 
officer and man. 

Forty companies report 100 per cent, efficients. 

Qualification Requirements. 

The prescribed qualification scores were the same as for the 
Springfield rifle, in 1903, with these exceptions : — 

As the rifles of the Naval Brigade were equipped with peep 
sights, it was stipulated that whenever this sight was used one 
point must be added to each score made by expert marksmen, 
sharpshooters and first-class marksmen. The carbine was allowed 
one point in each score for expert marksmen, but sharpshooters, 
first, second and third class marksmen were obliged to make the 
scores required from the same grades armed with the rifle. 

In order to offset as much as possible the increased cost of the 
new ammunition, marksmen of record above the second class were 
allowed to requalify in either the expert, sharpshooter, first or 
second classes, as they might elect, and to receive the money 
allowance and decoration of that class. 

Figure of Merit. 

The points allowed were on the same basis as last year, with an 
amendment to conform to the new privilege allowed to experts, 
sharpshooters, first and second class marksmen in requalification. 



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[Jan. 



The organizations which 
privilege naturally show a 
with 1903: — 

First Heavy Artillery, 
Second Regiment Infantry, 
Fifth Regiment Infantry,. 
Sixth Regiment Infantry, 
Eighth Regiment Infantry, 
Ninth Regiment Infantry 
First Corps Cadets, . 
Second Corps Cadets, 
Naval Brigade, . 
First Battalion Cavalry, 
Troop F, . 
General staff, . 
First Brigade staff, . 
Second Brigade staff, 



availed themselves largely of this 
reduced percentage in comparison 



Per Cent. 

64.48 
83.27 
55.34 
72.13 
53.96 
52.94 
79.93 
49.16 
52.93 
69.05 
72.15 
31.58 
53.84 
57.33 



The possible points (rifle only) of all these organizations, in- 
cluding general and headquarters staffs, were 29,225. 
The points actually made were 18,444, — 63.11 per cent. 

Money and Money Allowances. 



ne money allowances nave Dec 


sn as 


toll 


ows : 


— 




First Heavy Artillery, .... 


. |1,155 00 


Second Regiment Infantry, D 








1,498 50 


Fifth Regiment Infantry, . 










1,067 50 


Sixth Regiment Infantry, . 










. 1,361 00 


Eighth Regiment Infantry, 










970 00 


Ninth Regiment Infantry, . 










1,023 00 


First Corps Cadets, 










595 50 


Second Corps Cadets, . 










257 00 


Naval Brigade, . 










690 50 


First Battalion Cavalry, 










315 00 


Troop F, 










145 00 


First Brigade headquarters, 










20 00 


Second Brigade headquarters, 










28 00 


Battery A, unattached, 










28 00 


Battery B, First Battalion Light Artillery, 




11 00 


Battery C, First Battalion Light Artillery, 




10 00 


Signal Corps, First Brigade, 




6 00 


Signal Corps, Second Brigade, . 










3 50 



1,184 50 



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79 



Decorations and Trophies. 

The usual military engravings with inscription plates have been 
awarded to the winning teams in the corps competitions, also 
medals and cups to individual prize winners. There were 7,430 
decorations issued. 

A special medal has been designed, and will be awarded to each 
officer and man who represented the State as a principal or alter- 
nate on the rifle team at Sea Grirt, N. J., in 1902 or 1903, or at 
Fort Riley, Kan., in 1904. 

Revolver Practice. 

Five hundred and one officers and men qualified with the 
revolver, — 32 less than in 1903, but 77 more than were reported 
in 1902. 

More attention should be given to this important work. The 
splendid example of proficiency in the use of the revolver shown 
by members of Light Battery A, unattached, should be a stimulus 
to those who are expected to qualify with this arm. 



Recapitulation. 

Enrollment, 

Efficients, ' 

Unqualified members, .... 

Qualifications made, 

Money allowances, 

Marksmen of record who failed to requalify, 
Revolver qualifications, .... 
Decorations awarded, .... 



5,845 

5,398 
447 

4,915 

),184 50 

483 

501 

7,430 



Number and class of marksmen 



Experts, 
Sharpshooters, . 
First-class marksmen, 
Second-class marksmen, 
Third-class marksmen, 



1903. 

317 

892 

672 

2,585 

1,134 



1904. 

407 

852 

731 

2,424 

988 



The above table shows 90 more experts than in 1903. Appar- 
ently many sharpshooters took advantage of the permission given 
to requalify in a lower class, as the sharpshooter class shows a 
loss of 40 over 1903, while the first-class marksmen are increased 
by 59. The losses in the second and third classes are to be attrib- 
uted to the disinclination of company commanders to incur the 
largely increased expense of ammunition, and the difficulty in ob- 
taining it. 



80 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPOET. 



[Jan. 



The State General Competition. 

The State general rifle competition was held on the new range of 
the Bay State Military Rifle Association, at Wakefield, on Satur- 
day, October 1, and the carbine competition at the same place, 
Saturday, October 8. The weather conditions were extremely un- 
comfortable on both occasions, but particularly so on October 1, 
when every variety was encountered, from sunshine to a small 
blizzard with rain and hail. 

The teams for the first time shot in the open, without protection 
or cover of any description ; and in consequence the scores suf- 
fered, especially in comparison with the matches of 1903, when the 
weather conditions were perfect. These competitions must be 
held earlier in the season, in order to avoid the bad weather which 
frequently occurs in the fall. 

The rifle match was shot at 500 and 600 yards. 

Wall tents were pitched for the different teams, and a hospital 
tent for the use of the executive officer, the paymaster and the 
medical and statistical officers. 

The following officers were detailed at the rifle competition : — 

Lieut. Col. George H. Benyon, A. I* G., staff Commander-in-Chief. 
Lieut. Col. Edward J. Gihon, A. I. G., staff Commander-in-Chief. 
Lieut. Col. John Perrins, Jr , A.I. G., staff Commander-in-Chief, 

statistical officer. 
Maj. Howard S. Dearing, surgeon, First Heavy Artillery. 
Maj. William B. Emery, A. I. G., First Brigade staff. 
Capt. John I\ Kane, paymaster, Ninth Infantry. 
Capt. Morton E. Cobb, Second Brigade staff. 
Lieut. Christopher Harrison, signal officer. 

The Sixth Regiment again won the tri-color, with a score of 
1,215 points out of a possible 1,500 points. 

The First Regiment Heavy Artillery was second, with a score of 
1,188 points. 

The following; table shows the scores made : — 



Sixth Regiment Infantry, 
First Heavy Artillery, 
Fifth Regiment Infantry, 
Second Regiment Infantry 
First Corps Cadets, . 
Second Corps Cadets, 
Eighth Regiment Infantry 
Naval Brigade, . 
Ninth Regiment Infantry, 



1,215 
1,188 
1,157 
1,146 
1,142 
1,056 
1,043 
1,033 
938 



1905.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 81 

In the cavalry competition the guidon trophy was won by Troop 
F, with a score of 731 points out of a possible 1,000 points at 200 
and 500 yards. 

Troop D was second, with a score of 728. 

Troop F, 731 

Troop D .728 

Troop A 697 

The following officers were detailed for this competition : — 

Lieut. Col. Walter C. Hagar, A. I. G., staff Commander-in-Chief. 
Capt. William T. Ulman, staff First Brigade. 
Lieut. Arthur G. Scoboria, assistant surgeon, Troop F. 
Lieut. Alfred M. Blinn, paymaster, First Battalion Cavalry. 
Lieut. Albert J. Walton, I. R. P., First Battalion Cavalry. 
Lieut. David Hansen, I. R. P., Fifth Infantry, statistical officer. 

On account of urgent business reasons Lieutenant Hansen was 
excused, and Lieutenant Walton acted as statistical officer. 

Corps Competitions. 
The annual regimental and corps competitions of company teams 
were held as follows : — 

First Regiment Heavy Artillery, at Wakefield, October 11. 
Second Regiment Infantry, at Holyoke, September 14. 
Fifth Regiment Infantry, at Wakefield, October 12. 
Sixth Regiment Infantry, at Wakefield, September 19. 
Eighth Regiment Infantry, at Wakefield, August 27. 
Ninth Regiment Infantry, at Walnut Hill, October 21. 
First Corps Cadets, at Wakefield, October 22. 
Second Corps Cadets, at Boxford, October 5. 
Naval Brigade, at Walnut Hill, August 29. 

National Rifle Competitions. 

The Legislature again signified its approval of the efforts of this 
department to develop a representative rifle team by making a 
special appropriation of $3,000 (chapter 70, Acts and Resolves 
of 1904) for the expenses of a team to be entered in the national 
trophy competitions at. Fort Riley, Kan., August 17-27. 

The open competition for places on the team took place at 
Walnut Hill, on Wednesday, May 25. From the 41 officers and 
men who presented themselves on this occasion were finally 
selected the following, whose names were announced in General 
Orders, No. 14 : — 



82 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

Maj. Charles P. Nutter, First Heavy Artillery. 
Lieut. Fred H. Turnbull, Company E, Naval Brigade. 
Lieut. Archibald McMillan, staff Sixth Infantry. 
Color Sergt. George M. Jefts, Sixth Infantry. 
Q. M. Sergt. James H. Keough, Company A, Sixth Infantry. 
Q. M. Sergt. C. David Berg, Company L, Fifth Infantry. 
First Sergt. Charles J. Jeffers, Company D, Eighth Infantry. 
Sergt. Charles A. Van Amburg, Company D, Fifth Infantry. 
Sergt. Charles A. Newhall, Company D, First Corps Cadets. 
Corp. Jeremiah J. Cronin, Company A, Sixth Infantry. 
Bugler George W. Chesley, Company A, Sixth Infantry. 
Private Samuel A. Bourgeois, Company A, Sixth Infantry. 
Private James Durward, Jr., Company G, Fifth Infantry. 
Private George W. Reid, Company A, Sixth Infantry. 
Private Stuart W. Wise, Company C, First Corps Cadets. 

The officers of the team were : — 

Team captain, Inspector General of Rifle Practice. 
Adjutant, Lieut. Charles H. Cole, Jr., Company B, First Corps Cadets. 
Surgeon, Lieut. Joseph C. Stedman, assistant surgeon, First Heavy Artil- 
lery. 
Quartermaster, Lieut. Robert Robertson, I. R. P., Second Corps Cadets. 

The rules and regulations governing the match at Fort Riley 
were contained in General Orders, No. 53, War Department, and 
were an entire change from those of 1903. 

It seemed necessary for Massachusetts to at least make an at- 
tempt to defend the trophy won at Sea Girt last year, although 
there was little prospect of success, since the new rules prescribed 
that 67 per cent, of the total scores was required to be made at 
rapid fire and in skirmish runs. Neither of these classes of firing 
had been practised in Massachusetts, on account of the lack of 
range facilities. A number of public-spirited officers had organ- 
ized a rifle association and had purchased land for a new range, 
which was in process of completion at Wakefield. There was a 
probability that the skirmish field might be completed in time for 
some practice during the early summer, therefore the team com- 
menced practice on slow fire at Walnut Hill, with the expectation 
of taking up the rapid and skirmish fire a little later. Unfortu- 
nately, however, the Wakefield range was not available until a day 
or two before the time set for the departure of the team for Fort 
Riley ; so, with the consciousness of having had insufficient prac- 
tice in the kind of shooting most essential for success in the com- 
petition for the national trophy, the team left Boston August 15, 
arriving at Fort Riley at 5 p.m., August 17. 



1905.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 83 

The national trophy match was shot on the 22d, 23d and 24th of 
August; the individual matches on the two following days. 

The rauge at Fort Riley is laid out from north-east to south-west, 
with a long range of bluffs in the background ; 28 targets for the 
known distances and 36 for the skirmish runs ; targets all on the 
same line. The skirmish field is level as a floor, with a slight rise 
near the targets. 

The camp was pitched on the south-west side of the Governor 
Harvey road, about three miles from the Fort Riley post. A bat- 
talion of the Twenty-fifth Infantry acted as scorers and markers. 
Guard duty was performed by details from the cavalry. 

The weather was extremely varied, ranging from 105° on one 
day to- 59° on the next. A small cyclone laid low the mess tent, 
and a tropical rain made a lake in the company streets ; but, as the 
soil is very porous, it dried up quickly. 

The administration of Captain Macomb, Fifth United States 
Cavalry, who acted as executive officer, was eminently courteous 
and fair. 

The team from Massachusetts was probably the best that could 
have been selected under the circumstances, as it was very difficult 
to secure men who were able to give the time for the long practice 
and the two weeks' absence from home during the competition, in 
conjunction with the other duty to the State which had necessarily 
to be performed in order to make them eligible for the team. The 
limited accommodations for practice at Walnut Hill, and the im- 
possibility of having any experience to amount to anything in 
skirmish and rapid fire were a serious handicap ; but in that class 
of fire with which the men were familiar, at the known distances, 
the results were gratifying. If the competition had stopped with 
the slow fire, Massachusetts would have been third, and brought 
back the trophy won last year. 

At 1,000 yards the team stood sixth, but after the rapid-fire and 
skirmish runs it fell to ninth place, although even then it won over 
New Jersey, without taking into account the points which were 
deducted from the score of the New Jersey team for exceeding the 
time limit. 

In the individual rifle match the entries exceeded 300, while the 
pistol match had 50. Out of the 300 individual rifle entries, 
Sergt. George M. Jefts, color sergeant, Sixth Regiment Infantry, 
won tenth place and received the cash prize. 

It is a pleasure to record that the members of the team reflected 
great credit on the Massachusetts Volunteer Militia in their observ- 
ance of military discipline and courtesy ; a fact which was com- 
mented upon in most flattering terms by several United States 



84 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

Army officers, notably the executive officer of the match, the quar- 
termaster of the post, and others who, in their capacity as range 
officers, came directly in contact with the team. 

I am under great obligations to the officers of the team for their 
valuable assistance. 

The positions of the leading teams at the close of the competi- 
tions were as follows : — 

1. New York, .... Won the national trophy. 

2. United States Navy, . . Won the Hilton trophy. 

3. United States Army, infantry, Won " The Soldier of Marathon." 

The profit to the State on account of this trip is : — 

1. The familiarity gained by representative marksmen with the 
method of conducting large competitions under officers of the 
regular establishment. 

2. By contact with the best marksmen from the different States, 
as well as from the regular service. 

3. By the instruction and experience gained from engaging in 
rapid and skirmish fire in a national competition. 

4. Experience in the discipline of a shooting camp commanded 
by regular army officers. 

All of this has resulted in information to the members of this 
team which they could have derived in no other way, and which 
they can now impart to the organizations to which they are at- 
tached, and in that sense act in the role of instructors in the work 
with which we must familiarize the militia. It is quite apparent 
that we must become familiar with rapid and skirmish fire, or we 
shall have no standing as a State in marksmanship. 

The key to the entire situation is the range problem. Provision 
must be made for sufficient accommodation for this sort of work. 
We have now a range, under private ownership, which fills the 
requirements, or will do so when it is entirely completed. There 
should be another one in the western part of the State. Three 
hundred-yard ranges must be added to those already in operation, 
and the skirmish work can be done on the larger ranges when com- 
pleted. 

First Lieut. Robert S. Hale, staff First Regiment Heavy Artil- 
lery, having volunteered to attend the competitions of the National 
Rifle Association of Great Britain at Bisley, Eng., was authorized, 
under Special Orders, No. 81, to represent the Commonwealth of 
Massachusetts at that meeting, and on his return forwarded to this 
department a voluminous and extremely valuable report of his 



1905.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 85 

observations. Lieutenant Hale, as accredited representative of 
the Commonwealth, won five prizes in the five revolver competi- 
tions in which he entered while at Bisley, viz., one first, one 
second, two thirds and one fourth, of an aggregate value of $60. 
In one competition his score was a " possible," and in a second 
competition he scored within one point of the " possible." 

Ra^ge Facilities. 

The lack of suitable ranges, so noticeable in 1903, was even 
more apparent this year. The danger in the use of the new high- 
powered, small-calibred United States magazine rifle led to the 
prohibition of shooting over several ranges heretofore considered 
safe. 

The range at Lexington was closed to mid-range firing, the 
organizations affected being Battery B, First Regiment Heavy 
Artillery ; Company B, Fifth Regiment Infantry ; the field and 
staff and Company C, Eighth Regiment Infantry. 

The range at South Framingham was closed on account of an 
accident to Private Clark of Company E, Sixth Regiment, while 
marking the targets for practice of members of that command, on 
October 20. The report of this accident, by Captain Damon of 
Company E, has been forwarded through the usual channels. 
Because of the discontinuance of this range, Company E was 
unable to complete its qualification work. 

A new range has been constructed at Fall River, but was not 
completed until after the close of the shooting season. In con- 
sequence, Battery M, First Regiment Heavy Artillery, the head- 
quarters and companies F and I of the Naval Brigade, were 
without range facilities during the entire season. 

The Bay State Military Rifle Association, a corporation organ- 
ized by officers of the militia who are actively interested in the 
development of small-arms practice, was opened for military 
shooting September 1, although not entirely completed. 

This range is constructed on a tract of land of about 200 acres, 
in the town of Lynnfield, near the towns of Reading and Wakefield. 
The firing points are all on the same line, at the southerly end, 
where the width of the tract is about 1 ,100 feet. The land extends 
a little east of north for 1,000 yards to a thickly wooded hill, some 
80 feet in elevation, which forms a natural back-stop across the 
entire line of pits. About 800 feet from the bottom of this hill, 
on the north side, a practically impassable swamp extends for a 
mile and a half still further north to another hill over 100 feet high. 
The north line of the land runs about midway between the hill and 



86 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

the southern line of this swamp. On the west the land is bounded 
by the same swamp and on the east by land uninhabited, and very 
heavily wooded with tall pine trees. Having formerly been under 
cultivation, the whole tract is free from rocks and is completely 
cleared of trees. 

The target pits for each range are in eschelon. At 200 yards 
there are 20 targets ; at 500 yards, 20; at 600 yards, 15 ; at 800 
yards, 6 ; at 900 yards there will be 6 targets ; and at 1,000 yards, 
10. The 300-yard range and the skirmish field will be completed 
before the opening of the shooting season in the spring of 1905. 

Revolver ranges have been established at 25 and 50 yards. 

The targets and pits are equipped with bells and telephones on 
the best principles to insure prompt service. 

A house, adequate for all purposes, is to be erected in the spring 
of 1905. 

This range is not only easy of access for all the organizations 
of the militia stationed in Boston, but also for thirty companies 
outside of Boston and within ten miles of Wakefield. 

Another range, containing about the same area as the one above 
described, should be constructed in the western part of the State. 
With these and the 300-yard ranges which can be easily added to 
those ranges now in use in various towns, the Massachusetts 
Volunteer Militia would be well equipped for any class of firing, 
and the qualification requirements prescribed for the National 
Guard by the War Department could be adopted. The Common- 
wealth should own, or lease, all of these ranges, and give to the 
department of rifle practice the authority for general superintend- 
ence over them. 

Appropriations . 

An unexpended balance of $1,309.34 remains of the sum of 
$23,000 appropriated for the use of this department. , 

There is left of the appropriation of $3,000 for the national 
rifle competitions the sum of $20.45. 

Recommendations. 

1. My recommendation of 1901, 1902 and 1903 is reiterated, 
viz., that the Commonwealth provide ranges containing area 
enough for safe shooting up to 1,000 yards. 

2. That the necessary legislation be enacted whereby the Com- 
monwealth shall control, either by lease or purchase, such ranges 
as are approved by this department, and shall construct, or pur- 
chase, new ranges having the necessary safeguards and territory 
for long-distance and skirmish firing. 



1905.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 87 

3. That the appropriation for the expenses of this department 
for 1905 be $25,000. 

A word of commendation for the accurate statistical work in 
this report is due to Sergt. George R. Russell, N. C. S., First 
Regiment Heavy Artillery. 

Very respectfully, your obedient servant, 

JAMES G. WHITE, 

Colonel, Inspector General Rifle Practice. 



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[Jan. 



REPORTS OF COMMANDING OFFICERS. 



Headquarters First Brigade, M. V. M., 
Bostox, Mass., July 15, 1904. 

The Adjutant General, State House, Boston, Mass. 

Sir: — I have the honor to report upon the eight days' tour of 
duty performed by the First Brigade at Framingham, June 11 to 
18 inclusive, in accordance with General Orders, No. 9, A. G. O., 
and General Orders, No. 1, these headquarters, current series, 
June 11 being regarded as annual drill by all the organizations of 
the brigade in camp. The First Regiment Heavy Artillery, as 
usual, performed a separate tour of duty. 

The attendance during this tour of duty was very satisfactory, 
as indicated by the accompanying report : — 





Enrollment. Present. 


Per Cent. 


Brigadier General and staff, 
Second Regiment Infantry, 
Sixth Regiment Infantry, . 
First Battalion Light Artillery, 
Troop F, Cavalry, 
Signal Corps, 
Ambulance Corps, 






19 
818 
822 
201 
102 
28 
59 


19 

787 

795 

196 

98 

28 

55 


100.00 

96.21 
96.72 
97.51 
96.09 
100.00 
93.22 


Brigade record, . 

• 






2,049 


1,978 


96.53 



Maj. Howard S. Dearing, surgeon, First Regiment Heavy Artil- 
lery, was on duty as acting medical director, and to his faithful 
and painstaking supervision is due the excellent policing, general 
cleanliness and health of the camp. The practice, adopted a year 
ago, of detailing one non-commissioned officer from each company 
as an acting sanitary sergeant, was again followed out in this 
camp, with most satisfactory results. 

Owing to the fact that the Second Brigade had planned to par- 
ticipate in the field manoeuvres at Manassas, Va., the entire Am- 
bulance Corps performed its tour of duty with the First Brigade. 



1905.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 89 

In contrast to last year, the weather conditions were most favor- 
able, permitting all drills and ceremonies to take place as planned. 

Sunday, June 12, all drills were suspended, Inspections were 
conducted by commanding officers after guard mounting, and 
following them religious services were held by the regimental 
chaplains. An immense crowd of visitors was in camp. 

Tuesday, June 14, being the one hundred and twenty-seventh 
anniversary of the adoption of the national colors, was designated 
as *' Flag Day." In the. afternoon a specially planned ceremony, 
by which the consolidated colors of the brigade, under escort of 
two companies of infantry and the consolidated bands, passed in 
review before the brigade, proved interesting and inspiring. 

Wednesday, June 15, field manoeuvres took place. The prob- 
lem was as follows : — 

An intrenched camp of 2,°00 men, surprised by the advance guard of 
an invading force, consisting of 500 men of infantry, artillery and cav- 
alry. The advance guard occupies a strong, dominating position on 
Tom's Hill, with a four-company battalion of infantry, a platoon of 
artillery and a platoon of cavalry. The camp defended from the front 
by a battery of artillery, a four-company battalion of infantry, occupying 
a strongly entrenched position on Arsenal Hill. 

During the attack a flank movement, made on the enemy's right (his 
weak flank) by four battalions of infantry, a platoon of artillery, and a 
platoon of cavalry, the greater part of this movement being concealed 
by a dense woods. 

The flanking movement being a success necessitates a prompt retire- 
ment of the advance guard, or its capture by a superior force. 

To meet the requirements of this problem the following order 

was issued : — 

Headquarters First Brigade, M. v. M., 
Camp at Framingham, June 14, 1904. 
General Orders, No. 4. 

To carry out the conditions of Problem A, enclosed herewith (at a 
date yet to be announced), the following details are made : — 

I. A battalion of four companies of infantry from the Second Regi- 
ment, under command of Maj. H. B. Fairbanks; a platoon of artillery 
from Battery C, under command of Capt. C. S. Sargent; a platoon of 
cavalry, under command of Lieut. E. H. Keyes ; a detachment from the 
Signal Corps, consisting of one sergeant and eight privates ; a detach- 
ment from the Ambulance Corps, under command of Lieutenant Hartung, 
consisting of twelve men, — will report to Maj. H. B. Fairbanks at such 
time and place as he may designate. 

II. A battalion of four companies of infantry from the Sixth Regi- 
ment, under command of Maj. I. N. Marshall ; Battery B, First Battalion 
Light Artillery, under command of Capt, E. W. Wheeler, — will report 
to Maj. L. N. Duchesney at such time and place as he may designate. 



90 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jam 

III. Two battalions from the Second Regiment, under command of 
Col. E. P. Clark; two battalions from the Sixth Regiment, under com- 
mand of Col. C. K. Darling ; one platoon from Battery C, First Battalion 
Light Artillery, under command of Lieut J. S. Powell ; one platoon of 
Troop F, Cavalry, under command of Capt. J. J. Monahan ; the Signal and 
Ambulance Corps (excepting the detachments detailed in paragraph I., 
above), under their respective commanders, — will report to the brigade 
commander at such time and place as he may designate. 

IV. Such part of the daily routine of drills as may be inconsistent 
herewith will be temporarily suspended. 

By command of Brigadier General Mathews. 

(Signed) Walter L. Sanborn, 

Lieutenant Colonel and Assistant Adjutant General. 

Only commanding officers were acquainted with the nature of 
the problem, and therefore the attack upon the camp came practi- 
cally as a surprise. The brigade got into action in a remarkably 
short time, and I believe the general result of this exercise was 
beneficial and instructive. Maj. H. B. Fairbanks, Second Regi- 
ment Infantry, was in command of the advance guard of the sup- 
posed invading force ; Maj. L. N. Duchesney, First Battalion Light 
Artillery, commanded the defence of the camp ; and the general 
flanking movement was under the command of the brigade com- 
mander. 

Thursday, June 16, His Excellency John L. Bates, the Com- 
mander-in-Chief, made his official visit to the camp, attended by 
his staff, and reviewed the brigade in the afternoon. The cere- 
mony was performed in a highly satisfactory manner. 

I am of the opinion that this was one of the very best tours of 
duty performed by the brigade ; and it is a matter of much per- 
sonal satisfaction to me to record my appreciation of the earnest 
work on the part of all officers and men to make my last camp as 
brigade commander so successful a one. 

" There are two chief criticisms I wish to make. Roll calls and 
military courtesy still remain unsatisfactory. Company com- 
manders should personally insist upon and exact a much better 
attendance and discipline at roll calls. It is always easy to ac- 
count for a lack of military courtesy and a poor performance of 
guard duty in the large number of recruits always in camp. Some 
improvement was noted over previous year's work in this direction ; 
but too much emphasis cannot be laid upon the necessity of com- 
pany commanders seeing to it that their men have an intelligent 
understanding of what the duties of a sentinel are. 

The commissary department is again entitled to commendation. 
Its new Commissary General, Brig. Gen. Fred. B. Carpenter, ably 



1905.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 91 

assisted by the acting brigade commissary, Maj. Wm. B. Emery, 
provided a generous and excellent quality of food. 

I respectfully urge the adoption of the recommendations made 
in my annual report of last year. 

Very respectfully, 

Thos. R. Mathews, 

Brigadier General. 



Headquarters First Regiment Heavy Artillery, M. v. M., 
Boston, Dec. 16, 1904. 

The Adjutant General, Massachusetts, State House, Boston. 

Sir: — I have the honor herewith to submit my report, for the 
years 1903 and 1904, on the active duty performed by this com- 
mand as coast artillery. Circumstances beyond my control hav- 
ing prevented my preparing the report for first-named year in time 
for publication with your report for 1903, it is herein included, as 
a matter of highly important record. 

Army and Navy Manoeuvres, 1903. 

By desire of the Secretary of War, and under General Orders, 
No. 10, A. G. O., Massachusetts, and General Orders, No. 15, head- 
quarters, department of the east, both of the series of 1903, the reg- 
iment participated in the army and navy manoeuvres ofAug. 22-29, 
1903, reporting to Col. Samuel M. Mills, A. C, U. S. A., command- 
ing the artillery district of Portland, Me., and taking stations at 
Forts Levett, Williams, McKinley and Preble. It is worthy of note 
that this tour was the first occasion on which Massachusetts troops, 
in time of peace, had been ordered on duty with pay, transporta- 
tion and subsistence furnished by the general government. This 
fact had a pronounced effect upon the men of the command, who 
realized that they were seriously engaged in the solution of the 
problem of the national defence, and that the government was 
showing its appreciation of their services in a tangible manner. 

The scheme for the manoeuvres was comprehensive. Colonel 
Mills, for the defence, had under his command approximately 
5,000 troops, comprising 20 companies of coast artillery, 1 sub- 
marine mining company, 2 field batteries, and detachments from 
the engineer, signal and hospital corps, all from the regular estab- 
lishment, together with a militia contingent made up of 12 com- 
panies of coast artillery from Massachusetts, 24 companies of 
infantry from Maine and 2 signal corps from New York. The 
district to be defended comprised the coast line and water area 
lying between points 15 miles south-west and 18 miles east of dis- 



92 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

trict headquarters, within these limits being included the artillery 
posts of Levett, Williams, McKinley and Preble, the depot for 
submarine mining supplies at Fort Gorges, the camps of the 
infantry and field artillery assigned for the support of the artillery 
garrisons, 7 signal stations, 12 telephone stations, 13 combined 
signal and telephone stations and 14 search-light stations. For 
the offence, Rear Admiral Barker, U. S. N., commander-in-chief, 
had at his disposal, under Rear Admirals Coghlan and Sands, as 
division commanders, 26 vessels of the North Atlantic squadron, 
comprising 4 battleships, 4 protected cruisers, 3 auxiliary cruisers, 
4 gunboats, 2 training ships, 5 destroyers and 4 colliers and sup- 
ply ships. The complement of this fleet, including the naval 
militia of Massachusetts and Maine, temporarily attached, was 
approximately 7,000 officers and men. 

On the part of the defence, the manoeuvres were designed 
exhaustively to test the efficiency of both personnel and materiel 
in the operations of fire direction and control, including range 
finding, ship tracking and plotting ; the service, aiming and laying 
of guns in position ; the conduct of the service of security and 
information, including the operation of the signal and search-light 
systems ; the laying, operation and defence of submarine mines ; 
and the minor field operations incident to meeting attacks by land- 
ing parties from the fleet on outlying signal and search-light sta- 
tions, or on the land faces of the forts themselves. The scheme 
of operations on the part of the offence included the manoeuvres 
incident to bombardment, both by day and night ; attempts at 
running past the land defences ; the use of destroyers in the work 
of countermining ; the putting out of action of outlying stations ; 
and attacks in force on the main works by the naval brigade, made 
up from the seamen and marines of the fleet. 

The scope of this report will admit merely of brief mention of 
the part taken by this command in the work above outlined. It is 
a matter for regret that the excellent and comprehensive reports 
of Majors Dyar and Quinby and Captain Lombard, commanding 
respectively the detachments of the regiment stationed at Forts 
Williams, McKinley and Preble, cannot here be given in full. 

Fort Levett. — Regimental headquarters, to which were tempo- 
rarily attached Lieut. Col. George H. Benyon, A. I. G., and Maj. 
Frank B. Stevens, A. Q. M. G., of the general staff, Massachu- 
setts, took station, with the band and batteries A and M, at Fort 
Levett, Cushing's Island. The two batteries went into camp with 
the regular artillery immediately in rear of the permanent works, 
while a detached camp was pitched in a clearing in close proximity 
to the district and fire commanders' stations at White Head, for the 



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quartering of the regimental field and staff officers, as well as of 
the district commander and his personal staff. 

Colonel Frye, in addition to his duties as regimental commander, 
was detailed as chief of staff to the district commander, and further 
was assigned to the supervision of the service of security and 
information during the manoeuvre period, being assisted in the 
performance of the last-named duty by Lieutenant Colonel Wood- 
man. Major Dearing, senior medical officer, established at Fort 
Levett a base field hospital for the regiment, and supervised the 
work of the regimental medical officers at the detached posts. 
Captain Wolcott, regimental adjutant, was assigned to the com- 
mand of a battery of three 6-pounder R. F. guns, on field mounts, 
and rendered efficient service in mine-field defence and the repelling 
of landing parties. Captain Parker, paymaster, and Major Stevens, 
A. Q. M. Gr., were detached for dut}' as watch officers at the sta- 
tion of the sub-district commander. Captain Holmes, quarter- 
master, and Lieutenant Cushing, commissary, were in charge of 
the administration of the affairs of their respective departments, 
so far as concerned the regiment, throughout the manoeuvre 
district. 

Capt. James H. Smyth, with Battery A, was assigned to Battery 
Daniels, with an armament of three 15-pounder R. F. guns, on 
masking parapet mounts. This command first discovered and 
opened fire upon the attacking squadron at the opening of the 
manoeuvres. Capt. David Fuller, with Battery M, was stationed 
at Battery Bowdoin, furnishing gun detachments and magazine 
details for the service of the centre 12-inch B. L. rifle at that 
emplacement. This command rendered most efficient service. 

Fort Williams. — Major Dyar, and Lieutenants Paine, Stedman 
and Bunting, of the staff, were ordered with four batteries of the 
regiment to Fort Williams, Portland Head, where Battery De Hart, 
with its armament and range-finding system complete, was turned 
over to them. For the two 10-inch B. L. rifles there emplaced the 
first reliefs were furnished by Battery G-, Capt. Albert B. Chick, 
and Battery H, Capt. Walter L. Pratt ; the second reliefs by Bat- 
tery C, Capt. Charles F. Nostrom, and Battery E, Capt. Joseph 
L. Cibbs. The artillery work of this detachment was highly 
creditable, its guns being the first of the heavier armament in the 
district to open upon the enemy in the night attack of August 26. 
In addition to its artillery work proper, the command furnished 
guards and patrols, and during the landing attack in force, on 
August 28, it turned out under arms as infantry, taking up a posi- 
tion covering the approaches in reverse to Forts Williams and 
Preble. Lieutenant Snell, of Battery E, with a detachment, was 



94 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

stationed during the manoeuvres at the base-line station at Two 
Lights, Cape Elizabeth. 

Fort McKinley. — Major Quinby, with Captain Rolfe and Lieu- 
tenants Curtin and Foster, of the staff, were ordered to take sta- 
tion with four batteries of the regiment at Fort McKinley, Great 
Diamond Island, where one pit in Battery Ingalls, with its arma- 
ment of four 12-inch B. L. mortars complete, was turned over to 
be manned and fought by the detachment. Two mortar detach- 
ments and magazine details complete were furnished respectively 
by Battery D, Capt. Joseph H. Frothingham, Battery F, Capt. 
Norris O. Danforth, Battery K, Capt. Frederic S. Howes and 
Battery L, Capt. Frederick M. Whiting. This command is to be 
credited with excellent artillery service. It was frequently in 
action during the manoeuvre period, and expended a large amount 
of ammunition, both in single rounds and by salvo-firing. It had 
under detail the usual post guards and patrols, and on one occa- 
sion of threatened landing attack, it promptly turned out under 
arms for service as infantry. Lieutenant Spenceley, Battery D, 
with a detachment of signalmen from the command, was on detached 
service during the manoeuvres, with station at Long Island. 

Fort Preble. — Major Nutter being unable to rejoin from leave 
in time to participate in the manoeuvres, the command of the 
detachment ordered to take station at Fort Preble devolved upon 
Captain Lombard, with whom were assigned Lieutenants Portal, 
Totten and Hale, of the staff. Capt. P. F. Packard and Lieut. 
A. C. Holsworth, Eighth Massachusetts Infantry, together with 
Capt. W. H. G-off, Jr., Fifth Massachusetts Infantry, who were 
present at the post as observers, volunteered for duty with this 
detachment, and rendered valuable service during the manoeuvres. 
The command was made up of Battery B, Capt. Walter E. Lom- 
bard, and Batterj^ I, Capt. George E. Horton. The work assigned 
to it was arduous in the extreme. It was called upon to man four 
12-inch B. L. mortars in Battery Kearney, three 8-inch M. L. 
Vifles bearing upon the main ship channel, and one 3.6-inch and 
two 12-pounder field guns of the mobile armament. Owing to the 
small numerical strength of the command, it was found possible to 
assign one relief only to these guns, and the men consequently 
were constantly on duty. Details from this command installed 
and operated a range-finding and electric light system in connec- 
tion with the service of the 8-inch battery. This command was 
frequently in action, and its officers and men are entitled to the 
highest credit for the enthusiasm and efficiency with which they 
performed the exacting duties required of them. 

In General. — The strength present, as shown by the regimental 



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95 



morning reports for the manoeuvre period, was noteworthy. Bat- 
teries A, B, G, H and I respectively carried through the entire 
tour the maximum legal strength, while the regimental strength 
varied between 98.1 and 99.3 per cent, for duty. The appended 
return exhibits the daily strength of the command : — 

First Heavy Artillery, M. V. M., Strength Present, by Days, at U. S. 
Manoeuvres, Aug. 22-29, 1903. 







•6 










j= 






i> 


o 


s 


o 


j= 




a> 


fco 




&< 


w 


H 


fa 


fa 


ca 


Uj 


£ 


Headquarters, 


71 


71 


71 


70 


70 


70 


71 


71 


Battery A, 


63 


63 


63 


63 


63 


63 


63 


63 


Battery B, 


63 


63 


63 


63 


63 


63 


63 


63 


Battery C, . 


62 


62 


62 


63 


63 


63 


63 


63 


Battery D, 


59 


60 


61 


61 


61 


61 


61 


61 


Battery E, 


62 


62 


62 


63 


63 


63 


63 


63 


Battery F, 


62 


62 


62 


62 


63 


63 


63 


63 


Battery G, 


63 


63 


63 


63 


63 


63 


63 


63 


Battery H, 


63 


63 


63 


63 


63 


63 


63 


63 


Battery I, 


63 


63 


63 


63 


63 


63 


63 


63 


Battery K, 


59 


59 


60 


61 


62 


62 


62 


62 


Battery L, 


59 


60 


60 


60 


60 


60 


60 


60 


Battery M, . 


62 


62 


62 


62 


62 


62 


62 


62 


Present, .... 


811 


813 


815 


817 


819 


819 


820 


820 


Absent, .... 


15 


13 


11 


9 


7 


7 


6 


6 


Present and absent, 


826 


826 


826 


826 


826 


826 


826 


826 


Per cent, present, . 


98.1 


98.4 


98.7 


98.9 


99.2 


99.2 


99.3 


99.3 



The discipline of the command was of the highest order, calling 
for no trials before a summary court during the tour. One cor- 
poral, absent without leave, was tried and sentenced to discharge 
without honor, after the return of the command to its home stations. 

The health of the command, in spite of its constant and arduous 
work, remained excellent. There were no accidents, and but few 
minor injuries recorded incident to the serving of heavy guns under 
stress of excitement. But one man was ordered for treatment in 
the regimental hospital. 

The transportation was provided, under memoranda furnished 
by the regimental commander, by Maj. A. M. Palmer, D. Q. M., at 
Boston. The arrangements were admirable. The entire command 
entrained at Boston, on August 22, in one minute and forty-five 
seconds. The transportation in the manoeuvre district, furnished 
by the district quartermaster, was inadequate, and it was found 



96 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

necessary to contract for the services of one tug for general harbor 
service and one wagon for use at Cushing's Island, the bills for 
the same being rendered to the Commonwealth. 

The necessity for the adoption of some standard knapsack or 
pack for issue to Massachusetts troops was again demonstrated 
during these operations. The blanket roll is not adequate for the 
transportation or proper care of the property of the enlisted men. 
It was found necessary to use the garrison lockers belonging to 
the batteries, which added much to the bulk of the regimental bag- 
gage, and greatly increased the cost of transportation. 

Too much cannot be said in commendation of the intelligent 
and enthusiastic work of the line officers and enlisted men of the 
regiment both preceding and during this tour. They cheerfully 
complied with the most exacting conditions, and in every instance 
received the hearty commendation of the officers of the regular 
establishment under or with whom they served. 

It gives me the deepest satisfaction to acknowledge the obliga- 
tions of the command to Maj. Gen. A. R. Chaffee, commanding 
the department, Brig. Gen. F. L. Smith, commanding the district 
immediately prior to the manoeuvres, Col. S. M. Mills, A. C, in 
command during the period of active operations, and Majors 
Harris, Duvall, Whistler and Homer, all of the artillery corps. 
These officers without exception showed a personal and active 
interest in the work of the regiment, and, in the midst of their own 
pressing duties, found time for every possible courtesy. Their 
encouragement and assistance were fully appreciated. The en- 
listed men engaged in the manoeuvres, both regulars and militia- 
men, served together with the keenest rivalry, but with perfect 
harmony and good feeling. 

In conclusion, the only criticism suggesting itself is that of 
former years, in relation to the late date at which the assignments 
to duties were received by this command. In any future manoeu- 
vres of this sort, in which this regiment is to take part, specific 
data covering all the duties expected of it should be in the hands 
of the commanding officer at least three months prior to the period 
of active operations. With this information at hand for the 
period of preparation noted, the command can be reported at any 
post or in any artillery district in a condition of high efficiency. 
In the manoeuvres of this year the command had less than one 
month for its preparation along definite lines of work. This 
meant that each battery could have but four drills in the duties to 
be required from it. Under such conditions the results attained 
were eminently satisfactory. 



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Camp of Coast Artillery Instruction, 1904. 

The regiment having been deprived of its annual practice firing 
with service charges and projectiles in 1902 and 1903, owing to its 
performance of duty respectively in the artillery districts of Narra- 
gansett and Portland, in connection with the United States army 
and navy manoeuvres of those years, it was considered highly im- 
portant to utilize the ordered tour of the present for this purpose. 
The command therefore was ordered, under General Orders, No. 
11, A. G. O., Massachusetts, and General Orders, Nos. 3 and 4, 
regimental headquarters, all of the current series, to take station 
by detachment at Fort Rodman, New Bedford, Mass., from July 
9 to 23, 1904, six batteries reporting for duty for the first eight 
days of this period, to be relieved by the remaining six batteries 
of the command during the latter half of the tour. 

For purposes of administration and instruction, a permanent 
staff was detailed to serve, with the commanding officer, during 
the entire tour. It was made up of Lieutenant Colonel Woodman, 
Majors Quinby and Nutter, and Captains Parker, Fullerton and 
Cushing, of the regimental staff. The remaining field and staff 
officers were assigned to duty as follows: July 9 to 16, Major 
Dearing, Lieutenants Stedman, Paine, Foster and Murchie ; July 
16 to 23, Major Dyar, Captain Rolfe, Lieutenants Portal, Curtin 
and Totten. Lieutenant Hale was on detached duty at Bisley, 
Eng. 

The battery assignments for the tour were as follows : July 9 to 
16, Battery D, Captain Frothingham, Battery F, Captain Danforth, 
Battery G, Captain Chick, Battery H, Captain Pratt, Battery I, 
Captain Horton, and Battery K, Captain Howes ; July 16 to 23, 
Battery A, Captain Smyth, Battery B, Captain Lombard, Battery 
C, Captain Nostrom, Battery E, Captain Gibbs, Battery L, Captain 
Whiting, and Battery M, Captain Fuller. 

The strength present during the tour was satisfactory, though 
more leniency in the granting of leaves and furloughs was shown 
than in the case of the two years preceding. As noted in the 
appended return, the command carried for duty, on an eight-day 
basis of computation, from 96.9 to 98.5 per cent, of its enrolled 
strength. 



98 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



First Heavy Artillery, M. V. M., Strength Present, by Days, at Fort 

Rodman, July 9-23, 1904. 





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13 

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a) 


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o 


•a 


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* 


s 


M 




fa 


m 


H 


fa 


fa 


co 


co 


fa 


Headquarters, 


71 


71 


71 


71 


71 


71 


71 


71 


Battery A, 


62 


62 


62 


62 


62 


62 


62 


62 


Battery B, 


63 


63 


63 


63 


63 


63 


63 


63 


Battery C, . 


56 


60 


60 


61 


61 


61 


61 


62 


Batter v D, 


56 


56 


57 


57 


57 


57 


57 


57 


Battery E, . . . 


63 


63 


63 


63 


63 


63 


63 


63 


Battery F, 


52 


55 


56 


57 


57 


55 


55 


54 


Battery G, 


63 


63 


63 


63 


63 


63 


63 


63 


Battery H, 


58 


63 


63 


63 


63 


63 


63 


61 


Battery I, 


63 


61 


63 


63 


63 


63 


63 


63 


Battery K, 


61 


60 


60 


60 


59 


59 


59 


56 


Battery L, . . 


56 


56 


56 


56 


56 


56 


56 


56 


Battery M, . 


60 


60 


60 


60 


59 


59 


58 


58 


Present, .... 


784 


793 


797 


799 


797 


795 


794 


789 


Absent, .... 


25 


17 


14 


12 


14 


16 


17 


22 


Present and absent, 


809 


810 


811 


811 


811 


811 


811 


811 


Per cent, present, . 


96.9 


97.9 


98.2 


98.5 


98.2 


98.0 


97.9 


97.2 



From the foregoing return it will be noted that batteries B, E 
and G carried through the tour the maximum enrollment allowed 
by statute. 

By regimental orders, prior to the reporting of the command at 
Fort Rodman, each battery was organized as follows, with a view 
to obtaining all practicable benefit from the use of the artillery arma- 
ment and equipment of the post : (a) The captain, to be charged 
with the administration, drill and discipline of the battery ; in the 
absence of a lieutenant detailed for guard, to take the place of 
said subaltern at the gun to which he is assigned ; to be present 
at and supervise the practice firing by all detachments from his 
command. (6) For the service of the 8-inch B. L. rifle : the first 
lieutenant, in charge of instruction and drill ; a gun detachment of 
one sergeant as gun commander, one corporal as gunner, ten pri- 
vates as cannoneers and three privates as reserve ; an ammunition 
detail of one sergeant and six privates, with one private as reserve, 
(c) For the service of the 15-pounder R. F. G., on masking para- 
pet mount : the second lieutenant, in charge of instruction and 
drill ; a gun detachment of one sergeant as gun commander, one 
corporal as gunner, four privates as cannoneers and two privates 



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as reserve ; an ammunition detail of two privates, (d) A range 
detail of one corporal and two privates, (e) A signal detail of 
one corporal and two privates. 

Although every effort was made by the post commander to have 
the armament in perfect condition, it was found, on the arrival of 
this command at the post, that the 8 -inch rifle in Battery Barton 
and one of the 15-pounders in Battery Craig were in the hands of 
the ordnance machinists, the repairs not being completed before 
the close of the tour. This necessitated an alteration in the drill 
schedule proposed, but by lengthening the periods assigned to 
artillery work, each battery was enabled to secure a fairly adequate 
amount of drill at the guns. For the practice firing with service 
charges and projectiles the guns in Battery Walcott and Battery 
Gaston were used. Under the conditions noted, it was found 
impracticable to attempt to include sub-calibre practice in the pro- 
gramme of work for the tour. 

Two trophies — field-service wrist watches, presented by General 
Carpenter for efficiency in artillery drill — were competed for by 
the detachments respectively at the post on the first and second 
weeks of the tour. The first competition, held on July 15, was 
limited to the service of the 8-inch rifle, and was won by Battery G ; 
the second competition, held on July 21, included the service of the 
8-inch rifle and 15-pounder, and was won by Battery A. Both 
these commands showed exceptional smartness in their work. 

The target practice with the 8 -inch and rapid-fire guns was held 
at the latter part of each week, after the gun detachments and 
magazine details had become proficient in the execution of their 
duties. During the practice the regimental commander was on 
duty in the fire commander's station, and a regimental field officer 
was stationed as observer in each emplacement. The range-finding 
and plotting were in charge of Lieutenants Paine, Portal, Curtin, 
Hale and Foster, of the staff, with the enlisted range details from 
the several batteries. The depression range-finder was used, with 
an instrument additional at the end of a horizontal base line for 
the checking of angles. 

For the 8-inch firing, the target was moored to the south-east of 
the post, ranges varying between 7,600 and 7,900 yards. Three 
rounds of smokeless powder (L. and R., Lot 1, 1901) and cast- 
iron practice projectile were issued to each battery. The aiming 
was by Case I. Of the 36 rounds fired, 14 would have hit or 
endangered by ricochet a target of the dimensions of a first-class 
cruiser, both broadside and bow-on presentations being considered. 
This practice was not satisfactory, a wide variation being noted in 
the ranging of shots fired with identical elevations. This might 



100 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

have been accounted for by varying velocities in the lot of powder 
issued, in which the battery officers felt little confidence. 

The 15-pounder practice was carried out at a target moored 
approximately 2,500 yards from the emplacement. For this pur- 
pose, 6 rounds of fixed ammunition were issued to each battery. 
The practice was good, but one of the 72 shots fired showing suffi- 
cient lateral deviation to have missed a destroyer. Five of the 
shots were direct hits through the canvas target. The ranging of 
the series was fairly well maintained, though 12 shots fell short, 
and would have been ineffective, unless through ricochet. 

As a whole, the firing plainly showed the effect of the loss of 
the annual practice during the two preceding years. It is earnestly 
recommended that in the future — and irrespective of the participa- 
tion of the command in any manoeuvres yet to be held — provision 
be made annually, at artillery posts in the vicinity of the home sta- 
tions of the several batteries, for at least a moderate amount of 
firing by the trained and selected gun detachments from the com- 
mand. This need not necessarily take place during the period of 
the ordered encampment. It is perfectly practicable to cause 
detachments to report for practice at neighboring posts on holidays 
and half-holidays during the spring and summer seasons. 

In the matter of infantry work but little was attempted during 
the late encampment, since ample opportunity for such drill exists 
at home stations. A battalion drill of one hour's duration was 
held on each afternoon, in which the four batteries not actually on 
drill at the artillery armament of the post took part. For the cere- 
monies of evening parade and review the troops at the post were 
formed as a regiment of four battalions of two companies each, the 
Fifty-second Company of Coast Artillery, permanently stationed 
at the post, being formed as the right battalion in line. 

To Capt. Willoughby Walke, A. C, late major of engineers, 
U. S. V., the command is indebted for every possible assistance 
and courtesy. Both he and his officers placed themselves unre- 
servedly at the disposal of the regimental commander, and lent 
themselves heartily to the accomplishment of the ends sought to 
be attained by the tour. The enlisted men of the regular garrison 
also sought to render themselves useful to their comrades of the 
militia, and the utmost harmony prevailed between both contingents 
during the entire period of the encampment. 

During the tour the command was visited and reviewed by His 
Honor Lieutenant Governor Guild, by Maj. Gen. Thomas R. 
Mathews, late colonel of the regiment, by Brig. Gen. John L. 
Tiernon, U. S. A., retired, by Brig. Gen. William H. Brigham, 
I. G., Massachusetts, by Brig. Gen. Fred. B. Carpenter, C. G., 



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Massachusetts, and by His Honor Mayor Ashley and the members 

of the city government of New Bedford. Lieut. Col. George H. 

Benyon, A. I. G., Massachusetts, was on duty with the command 

during the entire tour, and his suggestions, as in former years, 

were of great value. 

Very respectfully, 

James A. Frye, 

Colonel, First Artillery, Massachusetts. 



Headquarters Second Brigade, M. V. M., 
Boston, Oct. 10, 1904. 
Adjutant General. 

Sir : — I have the honor to submit the following report on the 
tour of duty of the Second Brigade, excepting the First Battalion 
of Cavalry, at Manassas, Va., Sept. 3-12, 1904. 

The details of transportation of the brigade from home stations 
to Manassas were in charge of Captain Wyman of brigade head- 
quarters. Battery A, Light Artillery, left Boston Wednesday, 
August 31, via New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad, 
arriving at Manassas the following morning. The Ninth Infantry 
and Signal Corps left Boston Saturday, September 3, via New 
York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad, arriving at Thoroughfare 
the following afternoon. The Fifth and Eighth Infantry and 
brigade headquarters left Boston September 3, via Boston & 
Maine Railroad, arriving at Manassas and Thoroughfare the fol- 
lowing afternoon. Each organization carried with it complete 
camp equipage. 

In accordance with instructions from headquarters, Atlantic 
division, the various organizations of the brigade reported at 
Manassas as follows : brigade commander and staff, the com- 
manding officer, second division, Thoroughfare. Fifth Infantry, 
commanding officer, First Brigade, first division, Manassas. 
Eighth Infantry, commanding officer, Second Brigade, second 
division, Thoroughfare. Light Battery A, the chief of artillery, 
first division, Manassas. Signal Corps, the chief signal officer, 
second division, Thoroughfare. 

The members of the brigade staff were assigned to duty in the 
appropriate departments of the divisional staff. The brigade com- 
mander was not assigned to any specific duty by Brigadier General 
Bell, U. S. A., commanding second division, but was given the 
fullest opportunity to observe the manoeuvres. 

Each division consisted of four brigades of infantry, nearly 
every brigade comprising four National Guard regiments and one 
battalion of regulars, together with sufficient cavalry and artillery, 



102 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

and appropriate signal, engineering and hospital detachments. The 
first division, in command of Brigadier General Grant, U. S. A., 
was known as the " Blues ; " the second division, under command 
of Brigadier General Bell, U. S. A., was known as the " Browns." 

The conditions of the first problem required the " Blue" army 
to act on the defensive and the " Brown " army on the offensive. 
The time allowed for the problem was from midnight, September 
5, until noon, September 7, with a temporary suspension of hos- 
tilities from 3 p.m. (constructive nightfall) to midnight of Septem- 
ber 6. The second problem began at midnight on September 7, 
and lasted until 9 a.m., September 9, with a suspension of hostili- 
ties similar to that in the first problem. Here the " Blues" were 
on the defensive and the " Browns " on the offensive. 

The conduct of these pr-oblems approximated very closely to the 
conditions of actual warfare, the bullets only being lacking. The 
infantry learned very forcibly the importance of ability to march, 
all of the Massachusetts regiments having covered over twenty miles 
in twenty-four hours. During problems the troops bivouacked each 
night in the position occupied by them at the close of the day's 
fighting. It happened not infrequently that the troops were on 
short rations, where they relied upon supplies being brought up 
from the rear at the close of the day's engagement. This could 
have been obviated by requiring the men to. carry with them suffi- 
cient rations to be independent of such supplies, as was done by 
the Ninth Regiment. 

The four days of continuous marching and fighting proved too 
severe for the endurance of many men, though I noticed that the 
Massachusetts troops stood the work better than most, and as well 
as any. Before participating in similar exercises again, more 
attention should be paid to hardening the men for such work, as 
men fresh from their ordinary employment are not in the best of 
condition for four days of continual marching, with little food and 
sleep. 

I am not in a position to report upon the details of the duties 
performed by the organizations of the brigade, as they were not 
under my command. I can report, however, that the tour of duty 
was of the greatest benefit to the entire brigade, and I hope that 
it may be able to participate again in the near future in similar 
exercises, and as a brigade. 

The troops left Virginia on September 10 and 11, reaching 
Boston on the night of September 11 and 12. 

Very respectfully, your obedient servant, 

J. H. Whitney, 

Brigadier General. 



1905.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 103 



Headquarters First Battalion Cavaery, 

Second Brigade, M. V. M., 

Boston, Dec. 14, 1904. 

Adjutant General, Massachusetts Volunteer Militia. 

Sir : — I have the honor to report that, pursuant to General 
Orders, No. 4, headquarters Second Brigade, and General Orders, 
No. 4, these' headquarters, this command performed its tour of camp 
duty at Framingham, July 16 to 23, inclusive; and also, accord- 
ing to orders, the point of assembling was made at the camp ground, 
Framingham. 

Troop A left its armory at 6 a.m., July 16, and, proceeding by 
way of Allston, Newton, Wellesley and Cochituate, arrived at the 
camp ground at 10.20 a.m. 

Troop D left its armory at 6.20 a.m., July 16, and, proceeding 
by way of Brookline village, Washington Street, Boylston Street 
and the Worcester turnpike, arrived at the camp ground at 
9.25 a.m. 

Troop D made the march without any casualties, while in 
Troop A, Trooper Allen received a sprained ankle, through his 
horse falling, and about a mile from camp Trooper Pearson's 
horse received a broken leg by being kicked by another horse, and 
was shot by Lieutenant May. 

After the horses had been properly cared for, tentage was issued 
and tents were pitched before dinner, which was served at 11.15 
a.m. The only duty performed was guard mount, at 2 p.m., the 
time for the balance of the day being devoted to getting quarters 
in shape. 

The hours of service were as per General Orders, No. 5, these 
headquarters, being changed later to give twenty minutes between 
"boots and saddles" and "Adjutants" call, instead of fifteen, as 
originally ordered. A departure from the usual custom of camps 
in this State was made in having the tattoo at 9 p.m., the roll call 
being omitted, and " taps" at 11 p.m., when a check roll call was 
made by each first sergeant. This change gave general satisfac- 
tion to both officers and men. 

On Sunday, July 17, horses were exercised at the time set for 
drill, the men riding on blankets. The afternoon drill was omitted, 
and the evening parade ended the day's duties. At the parade 
the squadron, under command of the sergeant major, was reviewed 
at the walk, trot and gallop, and this practice was continued 
through the week. 

On Monday, July 18, both morning and afternoon drills were 
of the squadron in close order formations, that of the morning 
being on the blankets, while that of the afternoon was on saddles. 



104 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

On Tuesday, July 19, after a short close order drill as a squad- 
ron, Troop A was sent into the uncleared part of the State reser- 
vation to practise outpost formations, while Troop D worked on 
advance guard drill on the parade ground. This drill occupied 
both morning and afternoon drill periods. On account of the 
excessive heat, the evening parade was performed in service uni- 
forms, and the men were not required to change into dress uniform 
till just before retreat. 

On Wednesday, July 20, the morning drill was of the squadron 
in close order for an hour, and the balance of the time was devoted 
by Troop A to outpost work, and by Troop D to extended order. 
In the afternoon, after a short squadron drill, a platoon of Troop 
D went outside the camp ground to reconnoiter the approaches to 
the ground that Troop A had selected for the establishment of an 
outpost, the balance of Troop D and Troop A working on extended 
order on the parade ground. For the purpose of making a prac- 
tical test of the work being done, forty men of Troop A, under 
command of Captain Havlin, established an outpost at 9 p.m. on 
the ground south of the camp, all being mounted and armed with 
carbine. A platoon of Troop D, twenty-five men, under command 
of Captain Kelly, starting from South Framingham, represented 
scouts on a reconnoitering expedition at 9 p.m., and were allowed 
to travel mounted or dismounted. They were to try and get 
through the mounted outpost to the camp ground and back again. 
At 10 p.m., when the contest closed, no scout had been able to 
accomplish this, or even penetrate the lines. 

On Thursday, July 21, both morning and afternoon drills were 
in close order formation as a squadron, and, the day being cool 
and dry, the gaits taken were mostly the trot and gallop. Horses 
and men showed a great improvement over the drills of the first 
of the week. General Whitney, with portion of his staff, was a 
visitor to the camp, and at 4.30 p.m. was tendered a review. This 
review was followed by the usual evening parade. 

On Friday, July 22, the morning drill period was devoted to 
extended order drill by troops. At 10.30 a.m. Governor Bates 
arrived, with staff of General Dal ton, General Brigham, General 
Marion, Colonel Hagar and Major Clark. At 2.30 p.m. line was 
formed for a review by the Governor, which was followed by a 
short drill of half an hour, the first fifteen minutes under Major 
Perrins and the balance of the time under Captain Kelly. The 
Governor and staff left at 3 p.m. The evening parade ended the 
day's duties. There were a number of visitors in camp this day, 
but not so many as in former years on the day of the official visit 
of the Commander-in-Chief. 



1905.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 105 

On Saturday, July 23, which opened rainy, the only routine 
duty was posting the guard. Property was taken to the store- 
houses and packed away in fairly quick time, and after a lunch, 
served at 10.15 a.m., stables, cook houses, mess halls and quarters 
were policed and tents struck at 10.45 a.m. Horses were then 
saddled, and at 11.12 a.m. the squadron left the field, all the bag- 
gage wagons following. 

The squadron marched as squadron, in route order, to Wellesley 
Hills, where a short halt was made to water horses, at 12.37 p.m. 
Troop commanders were here given permission to excuse those 
men whose homes might be more easily reached by a different 
route than that taken by the squadron. As Troop A was delayed 
in watering by lack of water flowing freely into the trough, the 
squadron formation was here discontinued, and each troop pro- 
ceeded separately to its home station, Troop D arriving there at 
2.30 p.m., and Troop A at 3 p.m. 

On account of illness, Major Mills was unable to attend the 
camp ; and Major Harvey was detailed for the 17th and 18th, and 
Major Hart for the balance of the tour. 

The health of the command was good throughout the tour, only 
a few minor cases being treated in the hospital. 

Very respectfully, 

William A. Perrins, 

Major. 



Headquarters First Corps Cadets, M. V. M., 
Boston, July 21, 1904. 

Gen. Samuel Dalton, Adjutant General of Massachusetts. 

General : — I have the honor to report that my command as- 
sembled in its armory at 4.45 o'clock p.m., on Friday, July 8, and 
arrived in camp at Hingham, Mass., at 6.25 p.m., remaining there 
until 10.15 a.m., on Saturday, July 16, and reached its armory in 
Boston on its return at 12.25 o'clock p.m. The duty performed on 
Friday, July 8, was by my order ; Saturday, July 9, was annual 
drill ; the balance of the tour was camp duty, according to law. 

Brig. Gen. William H. Brigham, Inspector General, Brig. Gen. 
Frederick B. Carpenter, Commissary General, Lieut. Col. John 
Perrins, Jr., Assistant Inspector General, Massachusetts Volunteer 
Militia, and Capt. Harrison Hall, Artillery Corps, United States 
Army, accompanied the corps. General Bngham remained until 
July 11 ; General Carpenter was obliged to divide his time between 
the corps and the First Regiment at Fort Rodman ; and it was a 
matter of regret to the corps that the duties of these two dis- 



106 ADJUTANT GENERALS REPORT. [Jan. 

tinguished officers elsewhere did not permit them to remain in our 
camp during the entire tour. Lieutenant Colonel Perrins, detailed 
as inspector for the State, and Captain Hall, as inspector for the 
War Department, remained through the tour, and were not only 
very thorough in their investigations, but gave, to our officers 
especially, the benefit of their professional attainments. General 
Dal ton, Adjutant General, made three visits to the camp, but, to 
the great regret of the corps, was unable to remain with it during 
the tour. 

On Monday, July 11, His Honor the Lieutenant Governor, Curtis 
Guild, accompanied by a detail from the staff of the Commander- 
in-Chief, visited camp about noon and dined with the corps. Later 
in the afternoon he reviewed the corps, and departed after battalion 
parade. The corps learned with regret that His Excellency the 
Governor was prevented by illness from being present. 

On Saturday, July 9, a detail from the corps built a floating 
bridge, as in previous years, across the cove, as a means of com- 
munication to the target butts on the hill behind the camp. Lieut. 
J. F. Stevens, assisted by Lieut. E. H. Hoyt, had charge of the 
work. 

On Tuesday morning, July 12, the corps, except the necessary 
camp guards, marched out, under command of Major Talbot, to a 
tract of land at South Hingham, owned by Maj. Henry Gregory 
Jordan, to whose courtesy and generosity the command is much 
indebted. Here they passed the night and remained until the 
afternoon of July 13. Tuesday was passed in reconnaisance ; 
Wednesday morning was devoted to a simple manoeuvre problem. 
On the march to and from the Jordan land, advance and rear 
guards were maintained where the unsettled condition of the way 
permitted. The march was about six miles each way. 

On Thursday, July 14, companies A and C, and on Friday, July 
15, companies B and D, visited Fort Revere at Hull, Mass., where 
they had little time for more than a view of the fortifications at 
that point. Capt. Elmer W. Hubbard, assisted by Lieutenants 
Robinson and McCauley, Artillery Corps, U. S. Army, were pres- 
ent, and gave such instructions as they could in the very limited 
time at their disposal. 

These visits were the result of an application made by me to the 
War Department for the assignment of my command as an auxil- 
iary militia force to the battery at Hull, according to the recom- 
mendation of the Secretary of War in his report for the year 1902. 
While my request was not granted, its spirit was commended, and 
instructions sent by the War Department to Captain Hubbard, 



1905.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 107 

commanding Fort Revere, to give the corps all the instructions in 
his power. This information was not received by me until two 
days before the corps started for camp. It was then too late, 
without incurring considerable expense, to wholly change the 
course of infantry instruction laid out for the tour ; hence only 
one visit to the fort could be allowed to each man. 

I am convinced that closer connection than now prevails can be 
established between the army and militia, to the great benefit of 
both ; and I see no better way than to interest the militia, in this 
part of the country at least, in the methods of defence for the New 
England coast, whether directly in handling the guns upon its forts 
or in working out the problems to be met by all arms of the service 
in case attack is threatened along the sea border. 

The report of the surgeon is enclosed. I ask special attention 
to his remarks upon the unsanitary conditions of the cove, once an 
arm of Hingham harbor. About twenty-five years ago a road 
called Otis Street was constructed across the mouth of this cove, 
and a small pipe was inserted to allow a limited quantity of water 
to pass in and out. The result is a semi-stagnant, scum-covered 
sheet of impure, brackish water, which has now become a nuisance 
and menace to health. 

The town authorities of Hingham have been appealed to in vain 
to abate these unsanitary conditions. We have represented that, 
instead of the manifestly inadequate pipe or culvert at Otis Street, 
a bridge of at least twelve feet, with tide gates, should be con- 
structed, so that the cove can be emptied at one tide and filled at 
another, the water level to be controlled by the gates acting auto- 
matically. At certain seasons these gates might remain closed, 
but at other times proper sanitary conditions demand an adequate 
opening at Otis Street to empty and flush the cove. 

I report these facts in justice to my command, which is in no 
way responsible for the unhealthy conditions above described. 

A table of attendance is enclosed, showing the largest number 
present so far in the history of the corps. 

Very respectfully, 

Thomas F. Edmands, 
Lieutenant Colonel Commanding, 



108 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan . 



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302 


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297 


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297 


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302 


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297 


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282 


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302 


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297 


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280 


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300 


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297 


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297 


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The above does not include band of 24 pieces. 



Headquarters Second Corps Cadets, M. V. M., 
Salem, Sept. 9, 1904. 

Brig. Gen. Samuel Dalton, Adjutant General. 

Sir : — I have the honor to report that, in accordance with 
General Orders, No. 9, A. G. 0., May 2, 1904, this command 
performed its tour of annual drill at East Boxford, July 16, 1904, 
and of camp duty at the same place, July 17 to 23, inclusive. 

The corps left its armory at 8.22 a.m. on the 16th, entrained at 
8.30, and, after some delay at Peabody, disembarked at East Box 
ford at 9.15, reaching the camp ground at 9.30. Nearly all of 
the headquarters tents had been pitched by a detail sent up on the 
14th. The company and guard tents as well as the line officers' 
tents and headquarters marquee were pitched without delay. 

Guard mounting was performed at 11 o'clock. Company drills 
were held from 3 to 4.30 in the afternoon, and the routine of duty 
as prescribed in orders from these headquarters followed. Lieut. 
Col. E. J. Gihon, A. I. G., arrived in the afternoon. 

Church service was held Sunday afternoon at 3.30 o'clock, and 
was conducted by Rev. Alfred Manchester of Salem. 



1905.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 109 

Rifle and revolver practice was begun Saturday afternoon, and 
was continued throughout the tour of duty. 

The system, inaugurated last year, for the instruction of guards 
and sentinels by means of printed questions, which were required 
to be answered in writing and handed in, properly briefed and 
endorsed, was continued this year. In addition to the schools 
which the officer of the guard was required to hold at guard quar- 
ters, each detail for guard attended a school during morning drill 
hour, under Major Spencer, who was assigned by the commanding 
officer to supervise the work and instruction of guard duty. The 
benefits of this system were shown in a better performance of 
the ceremony, and a greater individual knowledge on the part of 
sentinels. 

On Wednesday evening fire was discovered in the dense woods 
across the lake in rear of headquarters. The alarm was sounded, 
and, notwithstanding that this occurred during band practice, 
when the men were scattered about the camp and away from their 
quarters, within three minutes the entire battalion had fallen in 
and left the camp for the scene of the fire. Two companies 
marched in double time about a mile by the travelled road. After 
leaving the highway, it became necessary to force a passage about 
three-fourths of a mile through dense woods, thick with under- 
brush and fallen trees. Two companies went by an old disused 
road around the head of the lake, and thence through dense woods 
and a swamp. Meanwhile, Captain Ropes of Company D and 
several men swam across the lake and were the first to reach the 
fire. With great labor and perseverance the fire was extinguished, 
and much valuable timber saved. The promptness in falling in 
and the zeal shown in the performance of this unexpected duty 
was very commendable, and a credit to the corps. 

On Thursday His Excellency the Governor, with Mrs. Bates, 
members of the staff and other guests, arrived at about 1 o'clock. 
Review took place at 3.30 o'clock. 

During the week Major Vose, surgeon, gave a talk to the corps 
on military hygiene and the nature and treatment of bullet wounds, 
and Lieutenant Sturgis, assistant surgeon, one on first aid to the 
injured. 

The weather was perfect, and no drills or ceremonies were 
omitted up to Saturday, the 23d. Friday night rain began to fall, 
and continued through Saturday and Sunday, with frequent showers 
up to Wednesday, the 27th. This prevented striking camp on 
Saturday, and it was not until Wednesday afternoon, the 27th, 
that the tents were finally struck and stored. 



110 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 1905. 

Since the last encampment the membership has undergone a 
radical change, and, although nearly 50 per cent, of the men had 
never performed camp duty, and several officers were new to their 
positions, the tour of duty was well performed, and was both 
instructive and beneficial. 

Very respectfully, 

Andrew Fitz, 

Lieutenant Colonel. 



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ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan 



ROSTER. 



Commissioned Officers in Order of Lineal Rank. 



John L. Bates, Governor and Commander-in-Chief. 
Staff of Commander-in-Chief. 



name and rank. 



Date of 

Commission. 



Title. 



Dalton, Samuel, Brigadier General, . 
Marion, Otis H., Brigadier General, . 
Carpenter, Frederick B., Brigadier General, 
Dewey, Henry S., Brigadier General, 
Brigham, William H., Brigadier General, 
White, James G., Colonel, .... 
Capelle, William C, Lieutenant Colonel, . 
Benyon, George H., Lieutenant Colonel, . 
Hagar, Walter C, Lieutenant Colonel, 
Gihon, Edward J., Lieutenant Colonel, 
Perrins, John, Jr., Lieutenant Colonel, 
Wonson, Charles F., Lieutenant Colonel, . 
Dexter, James K., Lieutenant Colonel, 
Stevens, Frank B., Major, . 
Hastings, Henry, Major, . 
Hayden, Charles, Major, . 
Hooper, Ainsley R., Major, 
Clarke, William M., Major, 



Jan. 


4 


1 
1900, ! 


May 


2 


1904, 


Jan. 


16 


1904, ! 


May 


25 


1900, 




24 


1901, 


June 


7 


1901, 


Jan. 


4 


1900, ; 


June 


7 


1901, i 


Jan. 


8 


1903, ; 




4 


1900, 1 




8 


1903, ! 




30 


1904, 




30 


1904, 




8 


1903, : 




8 


1903, 




8 


1903, 




8 


1903, 




8 


1903, ! 



Adjutant General. 
Surgeon General. 
Commissary General. 
Judge Advocate Gen. 
Inspector General. 
Insp. Gen. Rifle Prac. 
Asst. Adj. General. 
Asst. Insp. General. 
Asst. Insp. General. 
Asst. Insp. General. 
Asst. Insp. General. 
Asst. Insp. General. 
Asst. Insp. General. 
Asst. Q. M. General. 
Aid-de-Camp. 
Aid-de-Camp 
Aid-de-Camp. 
Aid-de-Camp. 



Brigadiers General and Staff. 



No. 


NAME AND RANK. 


Date of 
Commission. 


Brigade. 


Staff. 


1 
2 


Brigadiers General. 
Whitney, Jophanus H., 
Clark, Embury P., 


Feb. 
July 


23, 1901, 
26, 1904, 


2d. 
1st. 




1 

2 
3 


Staff Officers. 
Sanborn, Walter L., Lieut. Col., . 
Bancroft, Hugh, Lieut. Colonel, . 
Foster, Charles C, Lieut. Colonel, 


Jan. 
Apr. 
June 


8, 1903, 

17, 1903, 

3, 1903, 


1st, 
2d, 


Asst. Adj. Gen. 
Asst. Adj. Gen. 
Med. Director. 


1 


Emery, William B., Major, . 


Jan. 


8, 1903, 


1st, 


Asst. Insp. Gen. 
Rifle Prac. 



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Brigadiers General and Staff — Concluded. 







Date of 






No. 


NAME AND RANK. 


Commission. 


Brigade. 


Staff. 




Staff Officers — Concluded. 










2 


Warren, Albert C, Major. . 


Dec. 


12, 1903, 


- 


Asst. Insp. Gen. 


3 


Sherman, Roland H., Major, 


Nov. 


8, 1904, 


2d, 


Asst. Insp. Gen. 
Rifle Prac. 


1 


Ulman, William T., Captain, 


Jan. 


8, 1903, 


1st, 


Aid-de-Camp. 


2 


Cobb, Morton E., Captain, . 




8, 1903, 


2d, 


Aid-de-Camp. 


3 


Youngman, William S., Captain, 


Apr. 


17, 1903, 


2d, 


JudgeAdvocate. 


4 


Wyman, Albert C, Captain, 




17, 1903, 


2d, 


Brigade Q. M. 


5 


Gow, Charles R., Captain, . 




18, 1903, 


2d, 


Engineer. 


6 


Baker, Roy D., Captain, 


May 


26, 1904, 


2d, 


Prov. Marshal. 


7 


Burroughs, George, Captain, 


Oct. 


12, 1904, 


1st, 


Brigade Q. M. 


8 


Harrison, Christopher, Captain, . 




12, 1904, 


1st, 


Engineer. 


9 


Hitchcock, Charles B., Captain, . 




12, 1904, 


1st, 


Aid-de-Camp. 


10 


Ham, Leon W., Captain, 




12, 1904, 


1st, 


Prov. Marshal. 


1 


Stevens, Walter C, Lieutenant, . 


Feb. 


10, 1902, 


2d, 


Signal Officer. 


2 


Edwards, Frank P., Lieutenant, . 


Dec. 


14, 1904, 


1st, 


Signal Officer. 



Ambulance Corps. 



NO. 


NAME AND RANK. 


Date of Commission. 


1 

2 
3 


Bell, Robt. E., Captain, 

Hartung, Harold H., First Lieutenant, 
Shinn, Edward Leroy, Second Lieutenant, . 


Dec. 9, 1901. 
Dec. 8, 1903. 
Oct. 17, 1904. 



Field and Staff Officers of Infantry. 



No. 



NAME AND RANK. 



Date of 
Commission. 



Regiment. 



Colonels. 
Pew, William A., Jr., 
Donovan, William H., 
Darling, Charles K., 
Oakes, William H., . 
Pierce, Frederick E., 



Lieutenant Colonels 
Logan, Lawrence J., 
Shumway, Edwin R., 
Bailey, Edwin W. M., 
Priest, George H., . 
Clement, Murray D., 
• 

Majors. 
Fairbanks, Henry B., 
Stopford, William, . 
Graves, Frank A., . 
Murray, George F. H., 



June 28, 1895, 

Mar. 30, 1899, 

May 22, 1899, 

Apr. 13, 1901, 

Sept. 29, 1904, 



Nov. 

Oct. 
May 
Apr. 



6, 1889, 

3, 1893, 

2, 1896, 

22, 1899, 

13, 1901, 



July 30, 1895, 

Oct. 2, 1896, 

2, 1896, 

Mar. 30, 1899, 



8th Regiment. 
9th Regiment. 
6th Regiment. 
5th Regiment. 
2d Regiment. 



9th Regiment. 
2d Regiment. 
8th Regiment. 
6th Regiment. 
5th Regiment. 



2d Regiment. 
8th Regiment. 
8th Regiment. 
9th Regiment. 



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[Jan, 



Field and Staff Officers of Infantty — Continued. 



No. 



NAME AND RANK. 



Date of 
Commission. 



Regiment. 



5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 



1 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 



Majors — Concluded 
Sullivan. John J., 
Kelley, Joseph J., . 
Cook, Cyrus H., 
Eldredge, Edward H., 
Sweetser, Warren E., 
Marshall, Isaac N., . 
Stover, Willis W., . 
Butler, Willard C, . 
Meredith, Francis, Jr., 
Gray, Edwin R., 
Hayes, William C, . 

Adjutants — Captains 
Sawtelle, Edward E., 
Casey, William J., . 
Kincade, Henry L., . 
Lindsay, Walter M., 
Sleeper, Stephen W., 



Battalion Adjutants — First Lieutenants 

Flanagan, Benjamin J., 

Mclsaac, Charles M., 

Healey, Martin J., . 

Warren, Henry Dexter, 

Cochrane, Alexander L. 

McNeilly, John S., . 

Graham, Alexander P., 

Walker, Frederick A., 

Nichols, Delevan R., 

Wallace, William, . 

Metcalf, Frank J., . 

Kendall, Frederick M., 

Klein, William H., . 



Quartermasters — Capti 
Wyer, Arthur C, 
Sweetser, Stanwood G., 
Murphy, Daniel J., . 
Clark, Charles S., 
Jenks, Fred A., 

Commissaries of Subsistence 
Lieutenants. 
Chase, A. Preston, . 
Hunton, Lewis G., . 
McGrath, Patrick H., 
Norton, Paul J., 



Mar. 


30, 


1899, 




30, 


1899, 


May 


22, 


1899, 


Oct. 


31, 


1899, 


Apr. 


30, 


1900, 




30, 


1900, 




13, 


1901, 


June 


5, 


1901, 


Dec. 


11, 


1902, 


Sept. 


29, 


1904, 


Dec. 


16, 


1904, 


Feb. 


15, 


1899, 


Apr. 


3, 


1900, 




29, 


1901, 


Dec. 


10, 


1901, 




5, 


1902, 


Feb. 


11, 


.1890, 


Nov. 


29, 


1897, 


Feb. 


6, 


1899, 


Apr. 


29, 


1901, 


Mar. 


24, 


1902, 


May 


2, 


1902, 


Feb. 


27, 


1903, 


Apr. 


14, 


1903, 




16, 


1903, 


May 


11, 


1904, 




13, 


1904, 




16, 


1904, 


Nov. 


29, 


1904, 


Nov. 


27, 


1899, 


Apr. 


3, 


1900, 


May 


15, 


1903, 


Mar. 


21, 


1904, 


Nov. 


17, 


1904, 



First 



Surgeons — Majors. 
Gates, Ernest A., 
Lombard, John P., . 
Jenkins, Thomas L., 
Hart, Joseph S., 
Magurn, Francis, 

Assistant Surgeons — Captains 
Williams, Abram C, 
McGourty, James E., 
Butler, Charles S., . 
Decker, William N., 
Dearing, Henry L., . 



Apr. 17, 1900, 

May 1. 1900, 

15, 1903, 

Apr. 10, 1904, 



Feb. 15, 1899, 
July 20, 1899, 
Sept. 21, 1899, 
Apr. 25, 1904, 
June 22, 1904, 



Apr. 3, 1900, 

3, 1900, 

15, 1904. 

May 3, 1904', 

June 22, 1904, 



9th Regiment. 
9th Regiment. 
6th Regiment. 
8th Regiment. 
6th Regiment. 
6th Regiment. 
5th Regiment. 
5th Regiment. 
5th Regiment. 
2d Regiment. 
2d Regiment. 



2d Regiment. 
9th Regiment. 
5th Regiment. 
6th Regiment. 
8th Regiment. 



9th Regiment. 
8th Regiment. 
9th Regiment. 
5th Regiment. 
8th Regiment. 
6th Regiment. 
5th Regiment. 
5th Regiment. 
2d Regiment. 
8th Regiment. 
6th Regiment. 
6th Regiment. 
2d Regiment. 



5th Regiment. 
6th Regiment. 
9th Regiment. 
8th Regiment. 
2d Regiment. 



8th Regiment. 
6th Regiment. 
9th Regiment. 
2d Regiment. 



2d Regiment. 
9th Regiment. 
8th Regiment. 
6th Regiment. 
5th Regiment. 



2d Regiment. 
9th Regiment. 
8th Regiment. 
6th Regiment. 
5th Regiment. 



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PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



211 



Field and Staff Officers of Infantry — Concluded. 



No. 



NAME AND RANK. 



Date of 
Commission. 



Regiment. 



Assistant Surgeons — First Lieutenants. 
Shaw, Thomas B., . 
Butler, Patrick F., . 
Fiske, Eustace L., . 
Johnson, Peer Prescott, 
Keene, Charles H., . 



Paymasters — Captains 
Edson, Archibald C, 
Barr, James C, 
Kane, John P., 
Dukelow, Charles T., 
Bolton, Fred E., 



Inspectors of Rifle Practice — First 
Lieutenants. 
McMillan, Archibald, 
Caswell, John, . 
Drum, John D., 
Hansen, David, 
Geisel, Theodore R., 



Chaplains 
Lee, James, 
Phalen, Frank L., . 
Carden, Joseph, 
Danker, Walter S., . 
Barlow, Howard Key, 



Sept. 28, 1900, 
Apr. 6, 1904, 
30, 1904, 
June 10, 1904, 
July 11, 1904, 



Apr. 3, 1900, 
3, 1900, 
3, 1900, 

May 17, 1901, 
6, 1902, 



Nov. 7, 1901, 

July 11, 1903, 

Mar. 21, 1904, 

Mav 31, 1904, 

Nov. 10, 1904, 



July 1, 1884, 
Aug. 2, 1899, 
June 8, 1903, 
6, 1904, 
July 22, 1904, 



2d Regiment. 
9th Regiment. 
6th Regiment. 
8th Regiment. 
5th Regiment. 



2d Regiment. 
8th Regiment. 
9th Regiment. 
5th Regiment. 
6th Regiment. 



6th Regiment. 
8th Regiment. 
9th Regiment. 
5th Regiment. 
2d Regiment. 



9th Regiment. 
2d Regiment. 
5th Regiment. 
6th Regiment. 
8th Regiment. 



Line Officers of Infantry. 



No. 



NAME AND RANK. 



Date of 
Commission. 



Co. 



Regiment. 



Captains. 

1 Quinlan, Thomas F., 

2 Barrett, Edwin G., 

3 Moynihan, Jeremiah, 

4 Rider, Phineas L., 

5 Dunn, John H., 

6 Springer, Ernest R., 

7 Barrett, John F., . 

8 Hilliker, Charles T., 

9 Cutting, Frank F., 

10 Clark, James C. D., 

11 Packard, P. Frank, 

12 Barry, John J., 

13 Hamilton, Clifford E., 

14 Cully, James A., . 

15 Kenealy, John F., 

16 Sweetser, Elbridge L., Jr., 

17 Hayes, William C, 

18 Damon, Herbert W., 

19 Young, Harry C. . 

20 Canfield. George I., 

21 Cutler, Charles H., 

22 Smith, James C, . 



July 
Apr. 
Aug. 

May 

Oct. 

Jan. 

Mar. 

Sept. 

Dec. 

June 

July 
Dec. 
Jan. 
Mar. 

Mav 



June 
Nov. 



6 


1893, 


c, 


5 


1894, 


A, 


27 


1894, 


G, 


13 


1895, 


c, 


11 


1896, 


D, 


26 


1896, 


c, 


19 


, 1897, 


M, 


15 


1897, 


D, 


8 


1897, 


L, 


15 


1897, 


E, 


2 


1899, 


I, 


13 


1899, 


E, 


18 


1899, 


F, 


18 


1899, 


I, 


15 


1900, 


L, 


20 


19C0, 


B, 


27 


1900, 


G, 


7 


1900, 


E, 


16 


1900, 


H, 


28 


1900, 


M, 


26 


1900, 


c, 


26 


1900, 


B, 



9th Regiment. 
2d Regiment. 
9th Regiment. 
2d Regiment. 
9th Regiment. 
5th Regiment. 
6th Regiment. 
8th Regiment. 
5th Regiment. 
5th Regiment. 
8th Regiment. 
9th Regiment. 
5th Regiment. 
9th Regiment. 
9th Regiment. 
8th Regiment. 
2d Regiment. 
6th Regiment. 
2d Regiment. 
8th Regiment. 
8th Regiment. 
6th Regiment. 



212 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan, 



Line Officers of Infantry — Continued. 



No. 



NAME AND RANK. 



Date of 
Commission. 



Co. 



Regiment. 



23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
52 
53 
54 
55 
56 
57 
58 



1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 

10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 



Captains — Concluded 
Fairweather, William, 
Kittredge, Colby T., 
Rogers, George M., 
Smith, Mark E., . 
McCarthy, Thomas, 
Nicholson, John, . 
Campbell, James A., 
Bell, Robert Eddy, 
Griswold, Lyman W., 
Braxton, George W., 
McMahon. John H., 
McNulty, Philip, . 
Desmond, William D. 
Bouv6, Walter L., . 
Facey, Charles W., 
Flaherty, John J., 
McRell, Robert, . 
O'Connell, John J., 
Dolan, William H , 
Beckroan, Albert G., 
Parkhurst, Harry H., 
Donovan, Frank L., 
Holt, Edgar G., . 
McMeekin, Robert, 
Foote, Alfred F., . 
Northrop, Fred W., 
Taylor, Franklin G., 
Sohier, Walter, 
Campbell, Harry B., 
Sullivan, Patrick H., 
Hickey, John J., . 
Perry, William H., 
Latimer, George T., 
McBride, Edward J., 
Weymouth, Fred S., 
Moore, Harry C, . 



First Lieutenants 
Tisdell, Moses H., 
Mann, James H., . 
Hines, Mathew E., 
Cobey, Thomas J., 
Kimball, Charles H., 
Leyden, Edward J., 
Sullivan, Daniel P., 
Guilford, George F., 
Delaney, John F., . 
Whitney, Orville J., 
Hillman, Charles H., 
Sullivan, George W., 
Smith, Clarence E., 
Holt, Elden L., . 
Gilson, Frank V., . 
Howard, George S., 
Pearson, Gardner W. 
Turner, David A., . 
Bray, Roland W., . 
Willard, Robert K., 
Nauman, Charles E., 
Stearns, Harry N., 
Cliffe, Sydney H., . 
Bowlen, Maurice E., 
Brigham, Ralph H., 



Jan. 

Apr. 
May 

June 
Aug. 
Dec. 
Jan. 
Feb. 

Aug. 

Dec. 

Jan. 

Mar. 

July 

Aug. 

Oct. 

Feb. 



Apr. 
May 



June 
July 

Aug. 

Oct. 
Dec. 



July 

Feb. 

Aug. 

Mar. 

Oct. 

Jan. 

June 

Aug. 
Nov. 
Mar. 
May 

Aug. 
Nov. 
Jan. 



May 
June 



Aug. 
Sept. 
Dec. 



1 


1901, 


9 


1901, 


16 


1901, 


6 


1901, 


13 


1901, 


6 


1901, 


5 


1901, 


9 


1901, 


31 


1902, 


7 


1902, 


24 


1902, 


7 


1902, 


29 


1902, 


26 


1903, 


30 


1903, 


23 


1903, 


31 


1903, 


5 


1903, 


9 


, 1904, 


15 


, 1904, 


17 


, 1904, 


12 


, 1904, 


13 


, 1904, 


9 


, 1904, 


9 


, 1904, 


9 


, 1904, 


10 


1904, 


19 


1904, 


7 


1904, 


26 


, 1904, 


26 


, 1904, 


23 


, 1904, 


11 


, 1904, 


18 


, 1904, 


13 


, 1904, 


20 


1904, 



18 


1888, 


8 


1892, 


27 


1894, 


15 


1897, 


19 


1897, 


31 


1899, 


13 


1899, 


19 


1899, 


9 


1899, 


20 


1899, 


20 


1900, 


7 


1900, 


16 


1900, 


7 


1900, 


26 


1900, 


1 


1901, 


9 


1901, 


23 


1901, 


6 


1901, 


6 


1901, 


10 


1901, 


19 


, 1901, 


5 


1901, 


30 


1901, 


2 


, 1901, 



G, 
C, 

A, 
A, 

G, 
F, 

M, 

L, 

L, 

A, 

M, 

H, 

K, 

B, 

G, 

K, 

B, 

D, 

I, 

K, 

F, 

L, 

D, 

D, 

I, 

F, 

I, 

F, 

H, 

B, 

H, 

H, 

A, 

E, 

M, 



A. 

L, 

G, 

D, 

M, 

G, 

E, 

C, 

I, 

E, 

B, 

E, 

H, 

F, 

B, 

G, 

C, 

K, 

A, 

F, 

D, 

C, 

M, 

C, 

K, 



6th Regiment. 
6th Regiment. 
9th Regiment. 
5th Regiment. 
5th Regiment. 
2d Regiment. 
2d Regiment. 
Amb. Corps. 
2d Regiment. 
6th Regiment. 
6th Regiment. 
9th Regiment. 
6th Regiment. 
5th Regiment. 
5th Regiment. 
8ih Regiment. 
9th Regiment. 
2d Regiment. 
6th Regiment. 
2d Regiment. 
2d Regiment". 
9th Regiment. 
8th Regiment. 
5th Regiment. 
2d Regiment. 
5th Regiment. 
6th Regiment. 
6th Regiment. 
8th Regiment. 
9th Regiment. 
9th Regiment. 
8th Regiment. 
5th Regiment. 
8th Regiment. 
2d Regiment. 
5th- Regiment. 



2d Regiment. 
5th Regiment. 
9th Regiment. 
8th Regiment. 
6th Regiment. 
2d Regiment. 
9th Regiment. 
5th Regiment. 
9th Regiment. 
5th Regiment. 
8th Regiment. 
6th Regiment. 
2d Regiment. 
6th Regiment. 
6th Regiment. 
6th Regiment. 
6th Regiment. 
2d Regiment. 
5th Regiment. 
2d Regiment. 
5th Regiment. 
8th Regiment. 
2d Regiment. 
9th Regiment. 
6th Regiment. 



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213 



Line Officers of Infantry — Continued. 



No. 



NAME AND RANK. 



Date of 
Commission. 



Co. 



Regiment. 



First Lieutenants — Concluded. 

26 Gould, William B., Jr., 

27 Dwyer, John J., . 

28 Brockbank, Harvey G., 

29 Wiley, Joseph E. f . 

30 Adams-, Hugh E., . 

31 Stewart, Duncan M., 

32 Pratt, Edward B., . 

33 McNamara, Patrick J., 

34 Williams, John F., 

35 Jones, William C, 

36 Logan, Edward L., 

37 Scanlon, Edward J., 

38 Greenwood, Edwin E., 

39 Wilcox, Everett W., 

40 McDowell, Jeremiah J. 

41 Riley, Charles S., . 

42 Tornrose, Axel T., 

43 Macdonald, Alexander, 

44 Cook, Lawrence W., 

45 Warren, Herbert H., 

46 Bryon, James W., 

47 Nichols, George M. G., 

48 Stople, George E. B., 

49 Odermatt, Francis J., 

50 McArdle, Bernard F., 

51 Dawson, Charles A., 

52 Curtis, William J., 

53 Green, Charles E., 

54 Doane, Harry L., . 

55 Bruce, Philip B., . 

56 Foley, Martin J., . 

57 . Pettengill, Clarence A. 



Second Lieutenants. 

1 Boles, Michael S., . 

2 Lucke, Frederick H., 

3 Hurley, John F., . 

4 Perkins, Clarence A., 

5 Murphy, Cornelius J., 

6 Butment, William, 

7 Hall, Arthur S., . 

8 Groves, Charles H., 

9 Kyle, George A., . 

10 Mclnnes, John F., 

11 Howe, Ernest A., . 

12 Durrell, Pearl T., . 

13 Cann, William W., 

14 Wilson, William H., 

15 Sabin, Winfred A., 

16 Henry, Wellington K. 

17 Sampson, Henry L., 

18 Lounsburv, Francis J. 

19 O'Brien, William, . 

20 King, Michael L., . 

21 Akeley, Charles E., 

22 Sedgeley, Alton R., 

23 Sullivan, Thomas F., 

24 Prvor, J. Holman, 

25 Kelley, Herbert N., 

26 Pond, William G., 

27 Curtiss, Elmer L.,.. 

28 Jones, George T., . 

29 Brown, Sidney E., 



Apr. 



Feb. 7 

Mar. 24 

May 19 

June 9 

Sept. 20 

Dec. 29 

Jan. 26 

Mar. 30 

31 

29 

28 

Aug. 31 

Sept. 14 

Oct. 5 

Feb. 9 

15 

Apr. 11 

May 9 

9 

10 

19 

June 7 

21 

July 26 

Aug. 4 

15 

18 

23 

Oct. 13 

24 

Dec. 6 

20 



Feb. 

Apr. 

Au?. 

Sept. 

Nov. 

Jan. 

Nov. 

Feb. 

Mar. 

Apr. 

Oct. 



May 
June 



Aug. 
Sept. 
Dec. 
Feb. 
Mar. 
Apr. 
Aug. 
Jan. 

Mar. 



1902, 
1902, 
1902, 
1902, 
1902, 
1902, 
1903, 
1903, 
1903, 
1903, 
1903, 
1903, 
1903, 
1903, 
1904, 
1904, 
1904, 
1904, 
1904, 
1904, 
1904, 
1904, 
1904, 
1904, 
1904, 
1904, 
1904, 
1904, 
1904, 
1904, 
1904, 
1904, 



13 


1891, 


5 


1894, 


27 


1894, 


8 


1897, 


23 


1897, 


31 


1899, 


20 


1899, 


27 


1900, 


20 


1900, 


30 


1900, 


30 


1900, 


1 


1901, 


28 


1901, 


6 


1901, 


29 


1901, 


6 


1901, 


10 


1901, 


19 


1901, 


5 


1901, 


30 


1901, 


20 


1901, 


24 


1902, 


24 


1902, 


25 


1902, 


22 


1902, 


6 


1903, 


26 


1903, 


30 


1903, 


31 


, 1903, 



L, 
B, 
A, 

M, 

L, 

H, 

K, 

B, 

F, 

I, 

A, 

K, 

K, 

B, 

B, 

I, 

G, 

B, 

I, 

C, 

I, 

F, 

G, 

H, 

M, 

H, 

A, 

L, 

E, 

H, 

F, 

M, 



F, 

A, 

G, 

L, 

E, 

G, 

E, 

M, 

B, 

I, 

F, 

G, 

B, 

A, 

K, 

F, 

B, 

C, 

M, 

C, 

B, 

A, 

B, 

L, 

L, 

M, 

K, 

B, 

F, 



6th Regiment. 
9th Regiment. 
6th Regiment. 
8th Regiment. 
2d Regiment. 
6th Regiment. 
5th Regiment. 
5th Regiment. 
5th Regiment. 
8th Regiment. 
9th Regiment. 
9th Regiment. 
8th Regiment. 
2d Regiment. 
6th Regiment. 
2d Regiment. 
5th Regiment. 
2d Regiment. 
5th Regiment. 
2d Regiment. 
6th Regiment. 
8th Regiment. 
8th Regiment. 
9th Regiment. 
9th Regiment. 
8th Regiment. 
8th Regiment. 
9th Regiment. 
2d Regiment. 
5th Regiment. 
9th Regiment. 
5th Regiment. 



9th Regiment. 
2d Regiment. 
9th Regiment. 
5th Regiment. 
9th Regiment. 
2d Regiment. 
5th Regiment. 
5th Regiment. 
8th Regiment. 
9th Regiment. 
6th Regiment. 
6th Regiment. 
8th Regiment. 
5th Regiment. 
2d Regiment. 
2d Regiment. 
5th Regiment. 
8th Regiment. 
2d Regiment. 
9th Regiment. 
6th Regiment. 
6th Regiment. 
9th Regiment. 
6th Regiment. 
2d Regiment. 
6th Regiment. 
5th Regiment. 
5th Regiment. 
5th Regiment. 



214 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan 





Line Officers 


of Infantry — 


- Concluded. 






Date of 






JSO. 


NAME AND RANK. 


Commission. 


Co. 


Regiment. 




Second Lieutenants — Concluded. 










30 


Frost, Frederick C, 


Apr. 


28, 1903, 


A, 


9th Regiment. 


31 


Ireland, Thomas A., 








May 


11 


1903, 


H, 


6th Regiment. 


32 


Warren, Ruy W., . 










15 


1903, 


K, 


6th Regiment. 


33 


Hanson, George E., 








June 


24 


1903, 


I, 


8th Regiment. 


34 


Kennedy, James, . 








Aug. 


31 


1903, 


K, 


9th Regiment. 


35 


Draper, Robert D., 








Oct. 


5 


1903, 


B, 


2d Regiment. 


36 


Martin, James, 








Feb. 


9 


1904, 


D, 


6th Regiment. 


37 


Hammond, Thomas J., 










15 


1904, 


I, 


2d Regiment. 


38 


Dow, Lewis H., 








Apr. 


11 


1904, 


G, 


5th Regiment. 


39 


Buckley, Daniel A., 










26 


1904, 


B, 


9th Regiment. 


40 


Brown, Walter H., 








May 


9 


1904, 


D, 


2d Regiment. 


41 


Stevenson, William, 










10 


1904, 


c, 


2d Regiment. 


42 


Gage, George H., . 










12 


1904, 


L, 


8th Regiment. 


43 


Tolman, James H., 










19 


1904, 


I, 


6th Regiment. 


44 


Ganaway, Francis J., 










24 


1904, 


E, 


6th Regiment. 


45 


Hood, Ralph D., . 








June 


7 


1904, 


F, 


8th Regiment. 


46 


Penney, George S., 










13 


1904, 


M, 


8th Regiment. 


47 


Knowles, Henry B., 










21 


1904, 


G, 


8th Regiment. 


48 


Ingoldsby, James J., 








July 


28 


1904, 


H, 


8th Regiment. 


49 


Bennett, Charles F., 










29 


1904, 


H, 


2d Regiment. 


50 


Williams, Thomas F., 








Aug. 


1 


, 1904, 


I, 


5th Regiment. 


51 


O'Donnell, Thomas J., 










4 


1904, 


M, 


9th Regiment. 


52 


Manning, Joseph, . 










18 


1904, 


A, 


8th Regiment. 


53 


Sherwin, Henry, . 










23 


1904, 


L, 


9th Regiment. 


54 


Going, Russell S., . 










31 


1904, 


c, 


6th Regiment. 


55 


Hall, Frank P., . 








Oct. 


13 


1904, 


E, 


2d Regiment. 


56 


Whiting, Fred L., . 










24 


1904, 


H, 


5th Regiment. 


57 


Daniels, George H., 








Dec. 


5 


1904, 


c, 


5th Regiment. 



Field, Staff and Line Officers, First Regiment Heavy Artillery. 



NAME AND RANK. 



Date of 


Commission. 


Nov. 


14, 1898. 


Apr. 


1, 1898. 


May 
July 


18, 1893 
28, 1897 
14, 1899 


Jan. 


6, 1904 


June 


20, 1900 
25, 1900 


May 


3, 1904 


Aug. 


14, 1897 



Co. 



. Colonel. 
Frye, James A., 

Lieutenant Colonel. 
Woodman, Charles B., . 

Majors. 

Dyar, Perlie A., 

Quinby, George F., . ... 
Nutter, Charles P., .... 

Adjutant — Captain. 
Fullerton, E. Dwight, .... 

Battalion Adjutants — First Lieutenants. 

Totten, James E., 

Foster, Willard M., .... 

Quartermaster — Captain. 
Cushing, J. Stearns, .... 

Surgeon — Major. 
Dearing, Howard S., . 



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Field, Staff and Line Officers, etc. — Concluded. 



NAME AND RANK. 



Date of 
Commission. 



Co. 



Assistant Surgeon — Captain. 
Rolfe, William A., 

Assistant Surgeon — First Lieutenant. 
Stedman, Joseph C, . . . 

Paymaster — Captain. 
Parker, Horace B., 

Inspector Rifle Practice — First Lieutenant. 
Portal, John M., 

Commissary of Subsistence — First Lieu- 
tenant. 
Murchie, Guy, 



Signal Officer — First Lieutenant 
Curtin, John A., .... 

Aid-de-Camp — First Lieutenant 
Hale, Robert S., . 

Range Officer — First Lieutenant 
Paine, John B., 



Apr. 3, 1900. 

Aug. 1, 1900. 

Apr. 3, 1900. 

June 1, 1899. 

Jan. 21, 1904. 

Oct. 18, 1899. 

Feb. 22,1903. 

June 20, 1894. 



Captains. 
Frothinghain, Joseph H., 
Danforth, Norris O., 
Chick, Albert B., . 
Whiting, Fred. M., 
Lombard, Walter E., . 
Pratt, Walter L., . 
Howes, Frederick S., 
Gibbs, Joseph L., . 
Fuller, David, 
Horton, George E., 
Nostrom, Charles F., . 
Smyth, James H., . 



First Lieutenants. 
Renfrew, William, 
Cormack, Norman P. 
Gleason, Albert A., 
Harrison, Frederick W., 
DeWolf, John C, . 
Harris, Clifford L., 
Sampson, Samuel B., 
"Underwood, Marshall, 
Woodworth, John D. R. 
Dickerman, Olin D., 
Crowell, Alonzo K., 

Second Lieutenants. 
Meek, William J., 
Hall, Arthur E., . 
Grant, Bertie E., . 
Spenceley, Frederick, 
French, Alton L., . 
Gerlack, Conrad M., 
Snell, Ernest L., . 
Shedd, Benjamin B., 
Edson, Charles H., 
Kane, Harry J., 
Dean, Frank O., . 



May 

Sept. 

Feb. 

Apr. 

Jan. 

Dec. 

Oct. 

Jan. 

Feb. 

Aug. 

Oct. 

Nov. 



Dec. 
Jan. 
June 
Feb. 

June 
Mar. 
Apr. 
May 
Nov. 
June 



Feb. 

Apr. 

Dec. 

Apr. 

June 

Oct. 

Mar. 

July 

Aug. 

Nov. 

June 



27, 1887, 

16, 1889, 

4, 1891, 

15, 1891, 
23, 1893, 

16, 1895, 
25, 1897, 
24, 1898, 
14, 1899, 
18, 1899, 
16, 1899, 
12, 1902, 



16, 1895, 

17, 1898, 
12, 1899, 
14, 1899, 

18, 1901, 

19, 1901, 
17, 1902, 

7, 1902, 

5, 1902, 

12, 1902, 

29, 1903. 



20, 1893, 

15, 1895, 

16, 1895, 
16, 1900, 
19, 1901, 

28, 1901, 
3, 1902, 

21, 1902, 

11, 1902, 

12, 1902, 

29, 1903. 



D. 

F. 

G. 

L. 

B. 

H. 

K. 

E. 

M. 

I. 

C. 

A. 



H. 

D. 

K. 

M. 

E. 

L. 

I. 

B. 

C. 

A. 



M. 

C. 

H. 

D. 

L. 

K. 

E. 

B. 

I. 

A. 



216 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan 



Field, Staff and Line Officers of Cavalry. 



NAME AND RANK. 



Date of 
Commission. 



Co. 



Major. 

Perrins, William A., 



Adjutant, rank First Lieutenant. 
Hall, John W., 



Quarter?naster, rank First Lieutenant. 
Kerrison, John C, 



Surgeon, rank Major 
Mills, George Westgate, 



Assistant Surgeon, rank First Lieutenant. 
Scoboria, Arthur G., 



Veterinary Surgeon, rank First Lieutenant. 
May, Arthur W., 



Paymaster, rank First Lieutenant. 
Blinn, Alfred M., 



Inspector Rifle Practice, rank First Lieut. 
Walton, Albert J., 



Chaplain. 
(Vacancy.) 



Kelley, Wm. H., 
Havlin, Fred G., 



Captains. 



First Lieutenants. 
Keyes, Edward H., 
Coburn, Eugene A., 
Houseman, William E., 



Second Lieutenants. 
Sinclair, Samuel T., 
Fisher, Edward, . 
Rice, James, .... 



Dec. 21, 1897, 

Mar. 10, 1903, 

May 19, 1899, 

Aug. 13, 1894, 

May 31, 1900, 

Nor. 6, 1901, 

Mar. 10, 1903, 

May 17, 1902,. 



Jan. 28, 1903, 
May 10, 1901, 



Apr. 3, 1900, 
Jan. 28, 1903, 
May 10, 1904, 



Jan. 28, 1903, 
Sept. 2, 1903, 
May 10, 1904, 



F, 



D, 



A, 



D, 
F, 
A, 



1st Battalion. 



1st Battalion. 



1st Battalion. 



1st Battalion. 



Unattached. 



1st Battalion. 



1st Battalion. 



1st Battalion. 



1st Battalion. 



F, Unattached. 



1st Battalion. 
1st Battalion. 



1st Battalion. 
Unattached. 
1st Battalion. 



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217 



Field, Staff and Line Officers of Light Artillery. 



NAME AND RANK. 



Date of 
Commission. 



Co. 



Major. 
Duchesney, Lawrence N., 



Adjutant, rank First Lieutenant. 
Bradford, Lewis H., . 



Quartermaster, rank First Lieutenant. 
Hennessey, William H., 



Surgeon, rank Major. 
Harvey, John F., . 



Assistant Surgeon, rank First Lieutenant. 
Cummin, John White, . . . 



Veterinary Surgeon, rank First Lieutenant. 
Osgood, Frederic H., 



Paymaster, rank First Lieutenant. 
Clapp, Henry B , 



Captains. 
Parker, Samuel D., 
Sargent, Charles F., 
Wheeler, Edward W., . 



First Lieutenants. 
Powell, John S., . 
McGregor, Alexander S. 
Sawyer, Henry B., 
Smith, Nicholas J., 
Herbert, John F. J., 
Rogers, Howard L., 



Second Lieutenants. 
Marshall, Urban W., . 
dookson, Walter J., 
Blake, Arthur, 



May 19, 1893, 

Dec. 14, 1897, 

May 24, 1893, 

May 26, 1893, 

Jan. 2, 1901, 

Apr. 5, 1893, 

May 24, 1893, 



July 18, 1898, 
Oct. 29, 1900, 
May 18, 1904, 



Oct. 29, 1900, 

Mar. 23, 1900, 

Feb. 13, 1903, 

May 18, 1904, 

May 18, 1904, 

Nov. 29, 1904, 



Mar. 23, 1903, 
May 18, 1904, 
Aug. 9, 1904, 



A, 



A, 
C, 
B, 



C, 
C, 

A, 
B, 
B, 
A, 



C, 
B, 
A, 



1st Battalion. 



1st Battalion. 



1st Battalion. 



1st Battalion. 



Unattached. 



1st Battalion. 



1st Battalion. 



Unattached. 
1st Battalion. 
1st Battalion. 



1st Battalion. 
1st Battalion. 
Unattached. 
1st Battalion. 
1st Battalion. 
Unattached. 



1st Battalion. 
1st Battalion. 
Unattached. 



218 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan, 



Field, Staff and Line Officers of Cadets Corps. 



NAME AND RANK. 



Date of 
Commission. 



Co. 



Lieutenant Colonels. 
Edmands, Thomas F., . 
Fitz, Andrew, 



Talbot, Thomas, 
Spencer, John E., 



Majors. 



Adjutants — First Lieutenants. 
Stearns, William B., 
Jenkins, Lawrence W., . 



Quartermasters - 
Rowan, Alfred J., . 
Vaughn, Charles P., 



First Lieutenants . 



Surgeons — Majors. 
Green, Charles M., 
Voss, J. William, . 



Assistant Surgeons — First Lieutenants. 

Cheever, David, 

Sturgis, Benj. F., Jr., 

Paymasters — First Lieutenants. 

Maloon, Edward A., 

Phinney, Frank F., 

Inspectors Rifle Practice — First Lieutenants. 

Hayes, William A., 2d, 

Robertson, Robert, 



Vacancy, 



Chaplain. 
Captains. 



Joy, Franklin L., 
Rollins, Charles H., 
Ropes, Charles F., 
Cabot, F. Elliot, . 
Blanchard, John A., 
Vaughn, Ira, . 
Graham, Edward T., 
Perkins, Frank S., 



First Lieutenants. 
Simmons, William S., 
Clark, James N., . 
Cole, Charles H., Jr., 
Stevens, Jesse F., . 
Loud, Charles E., . 
Peach, Harry R., . 
Perkins, Harry S., 
Redmond, Eugene T., 

Second Lieutenants. 
Lavalle, John, 
Perkins, Holton B., 
Hoyt, Edward H., 
Williams, Boylston L 
Verry, Nathaniel T., 
Mann, William A., 
Hoyt, W. Everett, 
Gray, Clarence N., 



Oct. 14 
June 29 



Jan. 17 
June 29 



Nov. 21 
Mar. 10 



Feb. 15 

Sept. 8 



Apr. 26 
June 5 



June 26 
Aug. 7 



Apr. 28 
Jan. 21 



June 16 
Apr. 22 



Mar. 



1873, 
1903, 



1902, 
1903, 



1900, 
1902, 



1901, 
1903, 



1899, 
1899, 



1901, 
1901, 



1883, 
1903, 



1880, 
1889, 



Dec. 
Jan. 
Feb. 



14, 1899, 
24, 1899, 
14, 1900, 
8, 1901, 
11, 1902, 
June 29, 1903, 
Nov. 6, 1903, 
Dec. 22, 1903, 



Mar. 24, 1899, 

Dec. 14, 1900, 

Jan. 8, 1901, 
15, 1901, 

Feb. 11, 1902, 

June 9, 1903, 

Nov. 6, 1903, 

June 3. 1904, 



Feb. 12, 1901, 
11, 1902, 
Mar. 10, 1903, 
May 12, 1903, 
June 9, 1903, 
Nov. 6, 1903, 
June 3, 1904, 
24, 1904, 



1st Corps. 
2d Corps. 



1st Corps. 
2d Corps. 



1st Corps. 
2d Corps. 



1st Corps. 
2d Corps. 



1st Corps. 
2d Corps. 



1st Corps. 
2d Corps. 



2d Corps. 
1st Corps. 



1st Corps. 
2d Corps. 



1st Corps. 
1st Corps. 
2d Corps. 
1st Corps. 
1st Corps. 
2d Corps. 
2d Corps. 
2d Corps. 



1st Corps. 
2d Corps. 
1st Corps. 
1st Corps. 
1st Corps. 
2d Corps. 
2d Corps. 
2d Corps. 



1st Corps. 
1st Corps. 
1st Corps. 
1st Corps. 
2d Corps. 
2d Corps. 
2d Corps. 
2d Corps. 



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219 



Field and Staff Officers of Naval Brigade. 



NAME AND RANK. 



Date of 
Commission. 



Co. 



Captain. 
Buffinton, George R. H., 



Lieutenant Commanders. 
Edgar, William B., 
Dillaway, James H, Jr., 



Brigade Adjutant, rank Lieutenant. 
Hathaway, Guilford C, 



Ordnance Officer, rank Lieutenant. 
Parker, James P., 



Equipment Officer, rank Lieutenant. 
Talbot, Herbert C, 



Paymaster, rank Lieutenant. 
Marshall, James, .... 



Assistant Paymaster, rank Lieutenant. 
Prouty, Thomas S., 



Surgeon, rank Lieutenant Commander. 
Merritt, S. Virgil, 



Engineer, rank Lieutenant. 
Armstrong, Thomas R., 



Signal Officer, rank Lieutenant (Junior 
Grade) . 
At wood, George S., 



Assistant Surgeons, rank Lieutenants 
(Junior Grade). 
Eldredge, David G., . 
Sughrue, Dennis F., . 
Blair, Orland R., 



Nov. 5, 1900, 



July 30, 1900, 
2, 1901, 



Mar. 23, 1903, 

May 28, 1903, 

May 4, 1901, 

May 20, 1901, 

Aug. 30, 1900, 

July 8, 1901, 

July 22, 1901, 

May 9, 1904, 



June 12, 1900, 
Jan. 8, 1901, 
July 16, 1901, 



Brigade. 



Brigade. 
Brigade. 



Brigade. 
Brigade. 
Brigade. 
Brigade. 
Brigade. 
Brigade. 
Brigade. 

Brigade. 



Brigade. 
Brigade. 
Brigade. 



220 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



Line 


Officers of Naval Brigade. 








Date of 






NAME AND RANK. 


Commission. 


Co. 




Lieutenants, Chief of Division. 








Sughrue, Daniel H., ... . | Sept. 


26, 1899, 


A, 


1st Battalion. 


Goodridge, Daniel M., . 








July 


22, 1901, 


B, 


1st Battalion. 


Turnbull, Fred H., 








, Oct. 


23, 1902, 


E, 


2d Battalion. 


Baudoin, Edmund E., . 








Jan. 


21, 1903, 


G, 


2d Battalion. 


Deane, Milton I., . . 








Feb. 


15, 1904, 


F, 


2d Battalion. 


Felton, Lewis E., . 








May 


25, 1904, 


c, 


1st Battalion. 


Ropes, James M., . 








June 


9, 1904, 


H, 


1st Battalion. 


Lieutenants, Junior Grade. 










Peirce, Bradford H., 


Jan. 


14, 1903, 


A, 


1st Battalion. 


Bowie, Harold S., . 










21, 1903, 


G, 


2d Battalion. 


Pray, Dudley M., . 








Feb. 


11, 1903, 


B, 


1st Battalion. 


Nelson, John T., . 










15, 1904, 


F, 


2d Battalion. 


Lewis, William A., 








May 


25, 1904, 


c, 


1st Battalion. 


Wilcox, Miner W., 








June 


1, 1904, 


I, 


2d Battalion. 


Adams, George T., 










9, 1904, 


H, 


1st Battalion. 


Blood, John B., 








: Sept. 


22, 1904, 


E, 


2d Battalion. 


Ensigns. 








Hodgdon, Benjamin A., 


Feb. 


11, 1903, 


B, 


1st Battalion. 


Pial, Ernest R., 








July 


9, 1903, 


E, 


2d Battalion. 


Fisher, George C, . 








1 Dec. 


30, 1903, 


A, 


1st Battalion. 


Brownell, Bryant M., . 








July 


7, 1904, 


G, 


2d Battalion. 


Young, John M., Jr., . 








; Mar. 


14, 1904, 


F, 


2d Battalion. 


Wright, Alfred T., 








June 


9, 1904, 


H, 


1st Battalion. 


Robinson, Frederick G., 








Dec. 


21, 1904, 


c, 


1st Battalion. 



Table No. 1. — Enrolled Militia of 1904, showing, by Comities, 
the Number of Persons between the Ages of Eighteen and Forty- 
jive Years liable to Military Duty. 



COUNTIES. 


1904. 


COUNTIES. 


1904. 


Barnstable, .... 


2,782 


Middlesex, .... 


107,906 


Berkshire, .... 


15,194 


Nantucket, .... 


344 


Bristol, 


41,065 


Norfolk, .... 


24,139 


Dukes, 


457 


Plymouth 


22,272 


Essex, 


66,908 


Suffolk, .... 


119,528 


Franklin, .... 


6,845 


Worcester 


57,246 


Hampden, .... 


23,118 








Hampshire, .... 


8,333 


Total, .... 


496,137 



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ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



Table No. 3. — Locations of Headquarters of Brigades, Regiments, 
Battalions and Armories of Companies, by Cities, Towns and 
Counties. 









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i try, 

Ar- 

and 

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County. 


Headquarters. 


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Compan 
In far 
Heavy 
tillery 
Naval 


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o 




O 

a 
so 

QQ 


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< 


o 


Adams, . 


Berkshire, . 


- 


2d, 


M, . 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


Attleborough, 


Bristol, 


- 


5th, 


I, • 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


Boston, . 


Suffolk, 


1st Corps Cadets, 


- 


A,B,C,D 


> 


- 


- 


- 


4 


Boston, . 


Suffolk, 


1st Brigade, 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Boston, . 


Suffolk, 


1st Brigade, 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1st, 


- 


1 


Boston, . 


Suffolk, 


2d Brigade, 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Boston, . 


Suffolk, 


2d Brigade, 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2d, 


1 


2 


Boston, . 


Suffolk, 


IstRegt.H.Art., 


-! 


A,C,D, G 
K, L, 


"1 - 


- 


- 


- 


6 


Boston, . 


Suffolk, 


5th Regiment, . 


- 


A,H, 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


Boston, . 


Suffolk, . 


6th Regiment, . 


6th, 


L, . 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


Boston, . 


Suffolk, 


8th Regiment, . 


8th, 


A, . 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


Boston, . 


Suffolk, 


9th Regiment, . 


-! 


A,B,C,D 
E, H, I, 


•i - 


- 


- 


- 


7 


Boston, . 


Suffolk, 


IstBatt. Cav., . 


- 


- 


A,T), 


- 


- 


- 


2 


Boston, . 


Suffolk, 


- 


- 


- 


- 


A, 


- 


- 


1 


Boston, . 


Suffolk, 


Naval Brigade, . 


- 


A, B, C, 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3 


Brockton, 


Plymouth, . 


- 


1st, 


I, • 


- 


- 


- 


■ - 


1 


Cambridge, . 


Middlesex, . 


- 


1st, 


B, . 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


Cambridge, . 


Middlesex, . 


- 


5th, 


B, . 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


Cambridge, . 


Middlesex, . 


- 


8th, 


c, . 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


Chelsea, . 


Suffolk, 


- 


1st, 


H, . 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


Clinton, . 


Worcester, . 


- 


9th, 


K, . 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


Concord, 


Middlesex, . 


- 


6th, 


I, • 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


Everett, . 


Middlesex, . 


- 


8th, 


B, . 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


Fall River, 


Bristol, 


- 


1st, 


M, . 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


Fall River, 


Bristol, 


Naval Brigade, . 


- 


F,I, . 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


Fitchburg, 


Worcester, . 


- 


6th, 


B,D, 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


Framingham, 


Middlesex, . 


- 


6th, 


E, . 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


Gloucester, 


Essex, 


- 


8th, 


G, . 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


Greenfield, 


Franklin, . 


- 


2d, 


L, . 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


Haverhill, 


Essex, 


- 


8th, 


F, . 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


Hingham, 


Plymouth, . 


- 


5th, 


K, . 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


Hudson, . 


Middlesex, . 


- 


5th, 


M, . 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


Holyoke, 


Hampden, . 


- 


2d, 


D, . 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 



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Table No. 3 — Concluded. 



City or Town. 


County. 


Headquarters. 


33 

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60 
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Companies of 
I n f a n t r y , 
Heavy Ar- 
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, Naval Bri- 
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Essex, 


1st Bat. Lt. Art., 


- 


- 


- 


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- 


- 


1 


Lawrence, 


Essex, 


- 


8th, 


L, . . 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


Lawrence, 


Essex, 


- 


9th, 


F, . . 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


Lowell, . 


Middlesex, . 


- 


6th, 


C, G, 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


Lowell, . 


Middlesex, . 


- 


9th, 


M, . . 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


Lynn, 


Essex, 


- 


8th, 


B, I, E,* . 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3 


Maiden, . 


Middlesex, . 


- 


oth, 


L, . . 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


Marlborough, 


Middlesex, . 


- 


6th, 


F, . . 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


Medford, 


Middlesex, . 


- 


5th, 


E, . . 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


Milford, . 


Worcester, . 


- 


6th, 


M, . . 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


New Bedford, 


Bristol, 


- 


1st, 


E, G,t . 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


Northampton, 


Hampshire, 


- 


2d, 


I, • • 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


Newton, . 


Middlesex, . 


- 


5th, 


C, . . 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


Natick, . 


Middlesex, . 


- 


9th, 


L, . . 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


Orange, . 


Franklin, . 


- 


2d, 


E, . 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


Pittsfield, 


Berkshire, . 


- 


2d, 


F, . 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


Plymouth, 


Plymouth, . 


- 


5th, 


D, . . 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


Salem, 


Essex, 


2d Corps Cadets, 


- 


A,B,C,D, 


- 


- 


- 


- 


4 


Salem, 


Essex, 


8th Regiment, . 


8th, 


H, . 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


Somerville, . 


Middlesex, . 


- 


8th, 


M, . . 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


Somerville, . 


Middlesex, . 


- 


8th, 


K, . . 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


Southbridge, . 


Worcester, . 


- 


6th, 


K, . 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


Springfield, . 


Hampden, . 


2d Regiment, 


2d, 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Springfield, . 


Hampden, . 


- 


2d, 


B,G,K,H,| 


- 


- 


- 


- 


4 


Stoneham, 


Middlesex, . 


- 


6th, 


H, . . 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


Taunton, 


Bristol, 


- 


1st, 


F, . . 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


Wakefield, . 


Middlesex, . 


- 


6th, 


A, . 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


Waltham, 


Middlesex, . 


- 


5th, 


F, . . 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


Westford, 


Middlesex, . 


- 


- 


- 


F,§ 


- 


- 


- 


1 


Woburn, . 


Middlesex, . 


- 


5th, 


G, . . 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


Worcester, 


Worcester, . 


- 


2d, 


A,C,H, . 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3 


Worcester, 


Worcester, . 


- 


- 


- 


- 


B, 


- 


- 


1 


Worcester, 


Worcester, . 


- 


9th, 


G, . . 




- 


- 


- 


1 



* Co. E, Naval Brigade. t Co. G, Naval Brigade. J Co. H, Naval Brigade. 
§ Detachment at Carlisle, Chelmsford and North Chelmsford. 



224: 



ADJUTANT GENERALS REPOET 



[Jan. 



Table Xo. 4. — Allowances, Armory Rents, 1904. 



ClTT OE TOWS, 



Organization. 



Amount re- 
turned by 
Citv or Town. 



Amount al- 
lowed. 



Adams, . 

Attleborough, 

Beverly, 

Boston, 

Boston. 

Boston, 

Boston, 

Boston, 

Boston, 

Boston, 

Boston, 

Boston, 

Boston, 

Boston, 

Boston. 

Boston, 

Boston, 

Boston, 

Boston, 

Boston, 

Boston, 

Boston, 

Boston, 

Boston, 

Boston, 

Boston, 

Boston. 

Boston, 

Boston, 

Boston, 

Boston, 

Boston, 

Boston, 

Boston, 

Boston, 

Boston. 

Brockton, 

Cambridge, 

Cambridge, 

Cambridge, 

Cambridge, 

Carlisle, . 

Chelmsford, 

Chelsea, . 

Clinton, . 

Concord, . 

Everett, . 

Fall River, 

Fail River. 

Fall River, 

Fall River, 

Fitchburg, 

Fitchbnrg, 

Framingham. 

Gloucester, 

Greenfield, 

Haverhill, 

Hingham, 



Co. M, Second Regiment Infantry, 
Co. I, Fifth Regiment Infantry, . 
Co. I, Eighth Regt. Infantry (11 mos.) 
Headquarters, First Brigade, 
Headquarters, Second Brigade, . 
Headquarters, First Regt. Heavy Art. 
Headquarters, Fifth Regt. Infantry, 
Headquarters, Sixth Regt. Infantry, 
Headquarters, Ninth Regt. Infantry. 
Headquarters, First Battalion Cavalry 
Co. A, First Regt. Heavv Artillery, 
Co. C, First Regt. Heavy Artillery, 
Co. D, First Regt. Heavy Artillery, 
Co. G, First Regt. Heavy Artillery. 
Co. K, First Regt. Heavy Artillery. 
Co. L. First Regt. Heavy Artillery. 
Co. A, Fifth Regiment Infantry, 
Co. H, Fifth Regiment Infantry, 
Co. L, Sixth Regiment Infantry, 
Co. A, Ninth Regiment Infantry. 
Co. B, Ninth Regiment Infantry, 
Co. C, Ninth Regiment Infantry. 
Co. D, Ninth Regiment Infantry, 
Co. E, Ninth Regiment Infantry. 
Co. H, Ninth Regiment Infantry, 
Co. I, Ninth Regiment Infantry, 
Headquarters and four companies 

First Corps Cadets, . 
Battery A. Light Artillery, . 
TroopA, First Battalion Cavalry, 
Troop D, First Battalion Cavalry. 
Co. A, Naval Brigade, . 
Co. B, Naval Brigade, . 
Co. C, Naval Brigade, . 
Signal Corps. First Brigade, 
Signal Corps, Second Brigade, . 
Ambulance Corps. 
Co. I, First Regt. Heavy Artillery. 
Headquarters, Eighth Regt. Infantry 
Co. B. First RegtT Heavy Artillery, 
Co. B, Fifth Regiment Infantry, 
Co. C, Eighth Regiment Infantry, 
Detachment F, Cavalry, 
Detachment F, Cavalry, 
Co. H, First Regt. Heavy Artillery, 
Co. K, Ninth Regiment infantry. 
Co. I. Sixth Regiment Infantry, . 
Co. B, Eighth Regiment Infantry, 
Headquarters Naval Brigade, 
Co. M, First Rest. Heavy Artillery, 
Co. F, Naval Brigade, . 
Co. I, Naval Brigade, . 
Co. B, Sixth Regiment Infantry, 
Co. D, Sixth Regiment Infantry, 
Co. E! Sixth Regiment Infantry, 
Co. G, Eighth Regiment Infantry . 
Co. L. Second Regiment Infantry. 
Co. F, Eighth Regiment Infantry, 
Co. K, Fifth Regiment Infantry, 

Amounts carried forioard. 



S900 00 
720 00 
400 00 
200 00 
954 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
400 00 
400 00 
400 00 
400 00 
400 00 ' 
400 00 

1.200 00 
400 00 

1.325 00 : 
400 00 
400 00 
400 00 
400 00 
400 00 
400 00 
400 00 

4,800 00 
600 00 

2.000 00 

1.200 00 
400 00 
400 00 
400 00 
200 00 
200 00 
300 00 

1.000 00 
'200 CO 
400 00 
400 00 
400 00 
75 00 
300 00 
800 15 
400 00 
400 00 
400 00 
200 00 
600 00 
400 00 
400 00 
400 00 
400 00 
700 00 

1.000 00 
450 00 
792 50 
400 00 



6400 00 
300 00 
366 67 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
400 00 
400 00 
400 00 
400 00 
400 00 
400 00 
50 CO 

50 00 
400 00 
400 00 
400 00 
400 00 
400 00 
400 00 
400 00 

1.800 00 
'600 00 
600 00 
500 00 
400 00 
400 00 
400 CO 
200 00 
200 00 
300 00 

200 00 
400 00 
400 00 
400 00 
75 00 
300 00 
400 00 
400 00 
400 00 
400 00 
200 00 
400 00 
400 00 
400 00 
400 00 
400 00 
300 00 
175 00 
400 00 
200 00 
400 00 



833,316 65 $20,216 67 



1905.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



225 



Table No. 4 — Concluded. 



City or Town. 



Organization. 



Amount re- 
turned by 
City or Town. 



Amount al- 
lowed. 



Holyoke, . 

Hudson, . 

Lawrence, 

Lawrence, 

Lawrence, 

Lawrence, 

Lowell, 

Lowell, 

Lowell, 

Lynn, 

Lynn, 

Lynn, 

Maiden, . 

Marlborough, 

Medford, . 

Milford, . 

Natick, 

New Bedford, 

New Bedford, 

Newton, . 

Northampton, 

Orange, . 

Pittsfield, . 

Plymouth, 

Salem, 

Salem, 

Somerville, 

Somerville, 

Southbridge, 

Springfield, 

Springfield, 

Springfield, 

Springfield, 

Springfield, 

Stoneham, 

Taunton, . 

Wakefield, 

Waltham, 

Westford, 

Woburn, . 

Worcester, 

Worcester, 

Worcester, 

Worcester, 

Worcester, 



Amounts brought forward, 

Co. D, Second Regiment Infantry, 
Co. M, Fifth Regiment Infantry, 
Headquarters First Batt. Light Art., 
Battery C, First Battalion Light Art., 
Co. F, Ninth Regiment Infantry, 
Co. L, Eighth Regiment Infantry, 
Co. C, Sixth Regiment Infantry, 
Co. G, Sixth Regiment Infantry, 
Co. M, Ninth Regiment Infantry, 
Co. D, Eighth Regiment Infantry, 
Co. I, Eighth Regiment Infantry, 
Co. E, Naval Brigade, . 
Co. L, Fifth Regiment Infantry, . 
Co. F, Sixth Regiment Infantry, 
Co. E, Fifth Regiment Infantry, 
Co. M, Sixth Regiment Infantry, 
Co. L, Ninth Regiment Infantry, 
Co. E, First Regt. Heavy Artillery, 
Co. G, Naval Brigade, . 
Co. C, Fifth Regiment Infantry, . 
Co. I, Second Regiment Infantry, 
Co. E, Second Regiment Infantry, 
Co. F, Second Regiment Infantry, 
Co. D, Fifth Regiment Infantry, 
Co. H, Eighth Regiment Infantry, 
Headquarters and four companies 

Second Corps Cadets, 
Co. K, Eighth Regiment Infantry, 
Co. M, Eighth Regiment Infantry, 
Co. K, Sixth Regiment Infantry, 
Headquarters Second Regt. Infantry 
Co. B, Second Regiment Infantry, 
Co. G, Second Regiment Infantry, 
Co. K, Second Regiment Infantry, 
Co. H, Naval Brigade, . 
Co. H, Sixth Regiment Infantry, 
Co*. F, First Regt. Heavy Artillery, 
Co. A, Sixth Regiment Infantry, 
Co. F, Fifth Regiment Infantry, 
Detachment F, Cavalry, 
Co. G, Fifth Regiment Infantry, . 
Battery B, First Battalion Light Art., 
Co. A, Second Regiment Infantry, 
Co. C, Second Regiment Infantry, 
Co. H, Second Regiment Infantry, 
Co. G, Ninth Regiment Infantry, 



53,316 65 

400 00 
400 00 
200 00 
600 00 
400 00 
400 00 
400 00 
400 00 
400 00 
400 00 
400 00 
400 00 
400 00 
350 00 
2,000 00 
500 00 
400 00 
800 00 
800 00 
400 00 
400 00 
400 00 
500 00 
905 68 
400 00 

2,000 00 
400 00 
400 00 
400 00 
200 00 
400 00 
400 00 
400 00 
400 00 
600 00 
400 00 
600 00 

1,125 00 
175 00 
400 00 
440 00 
440 00 
440 00 
440 00 
440 00 

56,872 33 



!0,216 67 

300 00 
400 00 
200 00 
600 00 
•400 00 
400 00 
400 00 
400 00 
400 00 
400 00 
400 00 
400 00 
175 00 
300 00 
400 00 
400 00 
200 00 
400 00 
325 00* 
400 00 
400 00 
400 00 
400 00 
300 00 
200 00 

1,500 00 
400 00 
400 00 
400 00 
200 00 
400 00 
400 00 
4U0 00 
400 00 
400 00 
400 00 
400 00 
400 00 
175 00 
300 00 
600 00 
400 00 
400 00 
400 00 
400 00 



$37,991 67 



Three months at $100, equals $25 ; nine months at $400, equals $300. 



1905. 



GOVERNOE AJSTD STAFF 



Governor and Commander-in-Chief. 
His Excellency WILLIAM L. DOUGLAS, of Brockton. 

Adjutant General. 
Brig. Gen. WILLIAM STOPFORD, of Beverly. 

Assistant Adjutant General. 
Lieut. Col. WILLIAM CURTIS CAPELLE, of Boston. 

Inspector General of Rifle Peactice. 
Col. CHARLES H. COLE, Jr., of Boston. 

Assistant Inspectors General. 

Lieut. Col. EDWARD J. GIHON, . . of Wakefield. 

Lieut. Col. JOHN PERRINS, Jr.. of Boston. 

Lieut. Col. CHARLES F. WONSON, ...... of Gloucester. 

Lieut. Col. WINTHROP M. MERRILL, of Boston. 

Lieut. Col. HENRY L. KINCAIDE, of Quincy. 

Lieut. Col. FRANCIS T. L. MAGURN, of Boston. 

Surgeon General. 
Brig. Gen. WILLIAM H. DEVINE, of Boston. 



Judge Advocate General. 



• 



Gen. CHARLES W. BARTLETT, . . . . . .of Boston. 

Commissary General. 

Brig. Gen. WILLIAM B.EMERY, of Boston. 

Assistant Quartermaster General. 

Maj. EMIL ZAEDER, of Worcester. 

Aids-de-Camp. 

Maj. ROBERT J. CROWLEY, of Lowell. 

Maj. DANIEL W. PACKARD of Brockton. 

Maj. PATRICK F. O'KEEFE, of Boston. 

Maj. WILLIAM L. MITCHELL, of Brookline. 



c o isr T E N T s . 



PAGE 

Report of the Adjutant General, . . . . 3-9 

Report of the Inspector General, 10-43 

Report of the Surgeon General, 44-57 

Reports of Medical Officers, . . 58-69 

Report of the Commissary General, 70,71 

Report of the Judge Advocate General, 72 

Report of the Board of Military Examiners, 73 

Report of the Inspector General of Rifle Practice, 74-87 

Report of the Quartermaster General, 7 

Reports of Commanding Officers M. V. M., 88-110 

Appendix : — 

Officers M. V. M., retired, 113-117 

Casualties (Officers), M. V. M 118 

Commissions Vacant, 119 

Casualties (Enlisted Men), 120 

Register M. V. M., 121-207 

Roster M. V. M., 208-220 

Table No. 1, Enrolled Militia, 220 

Table No. 2, Organization, M. V. M., 221 

Table No. 3, Location of Headquarters and Armories, 222, 223 

Table No. 4, Armory Rent Roll, 224, 225 

Governor and Staff, 1905, 226 



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